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Agustín Hernández Navarro (born February 29, 1924) is a Mexican architect and sculptor.
Navarro was born in Mexico City, the son of politician Lamberto Hernández and Amalia Navarro; he is the brother of choreographer Amalia Hernández, architect Lamberto Hernández, Delfina Hernández and Gabriela Hernández. He studied at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, earning his degree in 1954, where he has been giving lectures for some time. The leading exponent of "emotional" architecture, Hernandez has fused elements from Mexico's Pre-columbian past in his contemporary architecture. He has stated to normally start by designing vertical elements of a building, such as the stairs of the building or house as he feels these are of much importance. He has said his architecture unites structure, form and function, as in organic nature.
1968, Folkloric Ballet School, Mexico City
1970, Praxis - Casa Hernández, Mexico City
1970, Mexican Pavilion, Osaka Expo, Japan
1974, Hospital Center IMSS, Mexico
1976, Heroic Military College, Mexico
1984, Meditation Center, Cuernavaca
1991, "House in the Air", Mexico City
1997, Calakmul Corporate Building, Santa Fe, Mexico City
2005, State of Mexico University, Toluca, State of Mexico
His works have won national and international recognition such as1987 Presea III Biennale of Architecture, in Sofia, Bulgaria
1989 Presea Biennial, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1990 1st. Gold Medal Award II Mexican Architecture Biennale
1996 1st. First National Steel Prize AHMSA, National Award IMEI to the Intelligent Building of the Corporate Calakmul
2003 National Arts Award
2006 XI Triennial Gold Medal Interarch, in Sofia, Bulgaria,
2009 International Academy of Architecture Annual Prix, ¨Arcus House ¨, Sofia, Bulgaria
2009 World Triennial of Architecture, Special Prize Silver medal ¨Arcus House ¨, Sofia, Bulgaria
2010 CEMEX Lifetime achievement award, Cementos Mexicanos, Monterrey Nl.