Amancio Williams

Amancio Williams (1913-1989) stands out as one of the most innovative and influential Argentine architects of the 20th century, renowned for his groundbreaking contributions to the Modern Movement in architecture. His work, characterized by a unique fusion of structural ingenuity and harmonious integration with natural environments, is epitomized in his most famous creation, the Casa sobre el Arroyo, or the Bridge House. Williams’ visionary approach to design, which skillfully combined functionalism with aesthetic appeal, placed a strong emphasis on the use of new materials and technologies while maintaining a deep respect for the surrounding landscape.