Francisco Salamone (1897-1959) was an Argentine architect who between 1936 and 1940 built more than 60 municipal buildings with elements of Art Deco style in 25 rural communities on the Argentine Pampas within the Buenos Aires Province. These buildings were some of the first examples of modern architecture in rural Argentine.
Born on 5 June 1897 in Buenos Aires, Salamone was one of the four sons of an architect from Catania, Sicily. After leaving Otto Krause Industrial School in Buenos Aires he continued his studies in the National University of Cordoba where he graduated in 1917 with a degree in ...
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