Vittorio Meano (1860-1904) was an Italian architect born in Susa, Italy, near Turin, who studied architecture in Albertina Academy in Turin.
In 1884 he arrived in Argentina to work in the studio of the Italian architect Francesco Tamburini, who at that time was involved in a number of major public works, including the enlargement and renovation of the Casa Rosada. They worked together on the new building for the Teatro Colon until the death of Tamburini in 1890, after which Meano took charge of the project, and after winning the competition for the design of the Argentine National Congress building ...
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