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Juan Castanos President of Amphibious Foundation C.A. a none-profit organizations along with a multidisciplinary team Working to improve the quality of life for the inhabitants in need specially for those that have experienced floods in their communities.
Architecture Congress at the Autonomous University in Barranquilla Colombia. With the Main topic about Floods. Globally, about one-third of all reported events and a third of the economic damage from natural disasters are attributable to the effects of floods.
Working for a better planet Jacque Fresco Industrial Designer futurist and social engineer inventor and pioneer in human factors author of the Venus Project. in this photo with Juan Castanos author of the Tabasco Amphibious project. developing projects to adapt to climate change and architecture for humanity.
Architect Elizabeth Plater Zyberk and Architect Juan Castanos at the seminar of Urbanism "Designing for the Future" Architect Elizabeth Plater is the Dean of the School of Architecture at University of Miami. Event Hostess by the American Institute of Architecture Orlando Florida, Univesty of Miami and University of Central Florida.
A great man left to go into the Kingdom of Heaven to be eternally happy and in peace with God. Civil Engineer and Master in Hydraulics Mr. Juan Castanos. Dad I am going to miss you and keep you forever in my heart. Rest in Peace 1941-2012
Architect Robert Koch. with over 45 years experience in the field on Architecture. Member of the American Institute of Architecture AIA and Managing Member | President of the prestigious Architectural firm Fugleberg Koch and Architect Juan Castanos reviewing strategies in how to invest in the United States especially for the existing opportunities available for Latin America.
La entrevista con Juan Castaños en Architzer.
The Diamond Village is a Sustainable Amphibious Project and a concept to adapt from flooding. Today floods cause billions of dollars in damage and loss of human lives around the world. Architect Juan Castanos is proposing to build self - Sustaining Amphibious Cities, that will host and help humanity in a world where floods are recurrent globally and is a concept to adapt from flooding.
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