Architects Head to Latin America to Weather the Economic Storm

Even as financial troubles mount around the world, some architects are betting on Central and South America

In recent years, as many major U.S. architecture firms expanded internationally, they often bypassed Latin America in favor of Europe, China, and the Middle East. Gradually, though, that may be starting to change, as architects open offices and enlist for projects in Central and South American countries, where population and economic growth have been strong in recent years.

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