Museo de Arte Costarricense, Golden Room

Title

Museo de Arte Costarricense, Golden Room
Costa Rica Ecotourism

Subject

ecotourism; sustainability; bas-reliefs (sculpture); museums

Description

This project was funded by Bernard and Anne Spitzer Travel Fellowship for research projects involving travel abroad and incorporating the study of architecture, landscape architecture, or urbanism.
Ranked in 2009 as the greenest country in the world, Costa Rica has urbanized as world leader in sustainability and eco-friendly development. Ecotourism is a vital part of the country’s revenue to agriculture. We are looking to understand how a country got to the point where economic development works in balance with environmental concerns. We as designers of the built environment can learn from the ways Costa Rica has worked on ensuring the safety of the environment and the lasting of its integrated, sustainable architectural style.

Creator

Carbuccia, Venus
Monge, José María Barrantes (Costa Rican architect, 1890-1966); Parizot, Luis Féron (French sculptor, 1901-1998)

Date

1940

Rights

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Venus Carbuccia

Type

Architecture and City Planning|Sculpture and Installations

Identifier

T0293

Coverage

San Jose, Costa Rica

Files

13508412-image-93v.jpg

Citation

Carbuccia, Venus and Monge, José María Barrantes (Costa Rican architect, 1890-1966); Parizot, Luis Féron (French sculptor, 1901-1998), “Museo de Arte Costarricense, Golden Room,” Spitzer School of Architecture, accessed June 25, 2024, http://digitalscholarship.ccny.cuny.edu/architecture/items/show/849.

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