ARCHITECT SAMUEL FLORES FLORES integrates a brief and selected list of Latin American architects distinguished by his authorship. His works combine the vital elements of integration with the environment, interior spaciousness, functionality, character and soul.
He is an exponent of Organic Architecture, and his designs reflect an intrinsic relationship and respect for its natural surroundings.
Mentioned as an Author Architect of habitable sculptures. Before drawing his designs in plans, Samuel Flores Flores works intensively with models, evaluating if, the building curves, the different levels and the use of natural lighting, achieved the objective and needs of the design.
His works can be quantified in more than 260 executed projects. Most of them are located in Buenos Aires, (capital City of Argentina), Montevideo (capital city of Uruguay) and Punta del Este, the top beach resort for the wealthy South Americans, located in Uruguay.
Architect Samuel Flores Flores works have been published in leading French, German, American, English, Argentine and Uruguayan newspapers, magazines, books, radio and TV shows.
More than 260 projects built. Characterized by elements such as location, integration with the environment, landscape, harmony, interior spaciousness and functionality, character and soul. Many of these works have been published in several newspapers, magazines, books, radio and television programs in Uruguay, Argentina, Germany, France, Portugal, United Kingdom, United States, Ecuador, Italy, etc.
He passed away on November 27, National Architect Day, in Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Participated in the First Digital Architecture Exhibition in Buenos Aires. Buquebus Terminal. Puerto Madero. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Consultant Advisor for Perini Management, USA. Consultant for the United States Embassy Remodeling Project in Montevideo.
Recognition to Architect Samuel Flores Flores. Departmental Board of Maldonado. Uruguay.
Participated in The Return of Las Grutas Conference. Departmental Board of Maldonado. Uruguay
Participated in the First Digital Architecture Exhibition at Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo, Laguna del Sauce International Airport in Punta del Este and the World Trade Center in Montevideo.
His House Torres Blancas, participated in the "Latin America in Construction" Exhibition at the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art New York). March 29 to July 19, 2015
Participated in Conference "The Flores Flores Concept". BoConcept Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Participated in the Beginning of the Architecture Week. University of Atlacomulco. Mexico.
Participated in CREATE Conference. Punta del Este Uruguay
Selected to exhibit at the Venice Biennale in Italy, his works Tourist Complex Las Grutas, Torres Blancas House and House Poseidon.
His Work House Torres Blancas is selected to participate in the Catalogue of the Exhibition of Latin American Architecture at MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York, to be held in March 2015.
Pre-Selected to exhibit House Torres Blancas
in Latin American Architecture Exhibition at the MoMA, Museum of Modern Art in New York. USA.
Award “Uruguay al Mundo 2012"
The Flores Flores Method Conference.
Museo Zorrilla de San Martin.
President and Honorary Member of the Environmental Association Union Vecinal de Punta Ballena, Uruguay.
Moves with his wife to live in
Punta del Este, Uruguay
Fourth Latin American Landscaping Congress. Punta del Este, Uruguay.
"Punta del Este 2000"
Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Coastal Development of Uruguay.
Consultant for the Polytechnic of
Milan in Italy.
Honorary Consultant of the Ministry of Housing, Planning and Environment of Uruguay.
Lateral Thinking Applied to Architecture. Post Graduated Studies. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Congress of Ibero-American Architects.
Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Exhibition at Biennale 89, Latin-American Architecture. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Consultant at HIDROSUD.
Founder, President and Honorary Member of Environmental Association "Amigos del Faro" Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Earthquake-resistant Construction. Post Graduated Studies. Central Society of Architects. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Second Latin American Conference of Architecture, Timeshare and Tourism.
Punta del Este, Uruguay.
Architecture and Urbanism. Recycling Historical Interest sites and buildings. Post Graduated Studies. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Applied Psychology to Architecture. Post Graduated Studies at Institute of Psychorientology. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
First Argentine Congress of Environment. Universidad Belgrano,
Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Passive Architecture. Solar Energy. Post Graduated Studies at Central Society of Architects. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Second Exhibition of Architecture and Painting in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Architect Samuel Flores Flores and Jorge Damiani.
White Architecture. Individual Exhibition at the Museo Municipal de Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Exhibition of Architecture and Painting in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Architect Samuel Flores Flores-Jorge Damiani.
Moves with his family to live in
Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Graduated from the Faculty of
Architecture and Urbanism.
Universidad de Buenos Aires. Argentina.
Urbanism and Architecture Internship. Languedoc-Roussilion. France. Invited by the Government of France.
Applied Psychology to Architecture. Post Graduated Studies. Montevideo. Uruguay.
Graduated from the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism. Universidad de la República. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Married Maria Magdalena Arocena in Montevideo, Uruguay.
They have 2 children: Juan and Magdalena.
Born on May 3 in Montevideo, Uruguay.