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Gabriel Colombani(Gabriel Colômbani Estèves), is a Canadian Licensed Architect and member of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada known for the conceptualization, design and execution of major Architectural Transportation projects -LRT, subway and airports- as well as Residential, Commercial and Institutional in Toronto, Canada. Major examples include Mount Pleasant LRT Station where the architectural work included heritage. He wrote the Design Philosophy of a major transportation project for emergency exit buildings in Toronto based on a coherent and consistent language of the elements disposed of in the urban network that created a layer of repetitive elements recognized by the inhabitants. Prior to his experience in Canada he collaborated as a professor of design in a recognized Faculty of Architecture. - His graduating thesis was published in the book "Citta Terzo Millennio" in the Venice Biennial, Italy: a competition of ideas for the city of the third millennium. The final project at school reflects his personal vision of architecture-based psycho-geography and mind maps His formation comes from a Faculty of Architecture engaged with the synthesis of the arts, the interaction among other disciplines and architectural elements resulting in unique experiences where the human being lives.
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