Germán Del Sol Guzman - Architect

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Germán del Sol (1949) studied in the Pontific University Catholic of Chile, and afterwards, in the School of Architecture of Barcelona with graduation in 1973. After he worked independently in Spain and USA, he returned to Chile to set his own studio of architecture in 1986. In 1992, he designed the Chile’s pavilion with José Cruz in the ’92 Expo of Seville, which later would become one of the most representative works of the new Chilean architecture. In 2006, he was awarded with the highest distinction which a Chilean architect could be recognized: The National Architecture Award.