Banco de Guatemala

Posted by Alfredo J. Martiz J. (Panama City, Panama) on 11 July 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

This photo emphasize the abstract mural created by Roberto González Goyri, in the period of 1964-1965. This mural was made of concrete with a height of 40 m, divided into three segments, each of 7.21 m of width. It is impressive the evolving character of the abstract elements of the composition, reminiscent of Mayan art, with the changing and fluid condition of light through the day.


-Building Information-
Location: Centro Cívico, Guatemala City
Completed: 1966
Architectural Design: Arq. Jorge Montes Córdova | Arq. Raúl Minondo
Structure: Ing. Roberto Solís Hegel | Ing. Ernesto Rosales
Electric Installations: Ing. Raúl Valdés
Hidraulic and Sanitary Installations: Ing. Humberto Olivero
Mural Design: Roberto González Goyri | Dagoberto Vásquez | Carlos Mérida | Arturo López Rodezno


Reference: Los Murales del Banco de Guatemala | El Banco de Guatemala: Proceso de Construcción de su Edificio


Centro Cívico, Guatemala City. July 10th, 2009

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