Architecture Presentation for Students

 

Students, university representatives and members of REAL (Argentine-American Network for Leadership) at the residence.
Students, university representatives and members of REAL (Argentine-American Network for Leadership) at the residence. (Photo: Dept. of State)

History, Arts and Tourism undergraduate students from the Universidad del Salvador visited the Bosch Palace, the Ambassador’s residence.  Ambassador Noah Mamet welcomed the students, university representatives and members of REAL (Argentine-American Network for Leadership) to the residence.  During the visit, the students participated in a presentation on the parallels between Argentine and U.S. architecture given by Architects Fabio Grementieri and Elizabeth Kries. Mr Grementieri was responsible for the reform, renovation and preservation works carried out at the Bosch Palace, and Ms. Kries is Coordinator of the Architecture and Historical Landmark Committee, and the Culture Committee of REAL.

Mr. Grementieri and Ms. Kries talked about the strong preservation efforts implemented to renovate the Palace. During the event, the students received information about U.S. study programs and scholarships sponsored by EducationUSA.