The Italo-Argentine architect Francisco Salamone war born in the province of Catania in 1897. He was the most brilliant representative in Argentina of “State Art Decò”, a hybrid of classicism and modernity, that in the 1930’s after having inspired architecture of European totalitarianism and American democracy, reached the Hispanic-American region.
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