1. The urban subdivision Jardines del Pedregal, designed by Luis Barragán, was a milestone in the city’s architecture. Among the first houses are works by Francisco Artigas, Max Cetto, Enrique del Moral, Augusto H. Alvarez, and Juan O’Gorman. 1950s.

     
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