On November 19, the Arditti + RDT office, led by the architects Arturo (gen. ’86) and Jorge (gen. ’91) Arditti, received the 2019 CAM-SAM Professional Merit Grand Prize awarded by the College of Architects from Mexico City and the Society of Mexican Architects (CAM-SAM) every two years, in public recognition of a conduct or life trajectory, to an architect or professional society that has distinguished itself through its work.
At the ceremony the Arditti architects spoke a few words after receiving the corresponding medals from the architect Susana Miranda Ruiz, president of CAM-SAM.
For her part, Arch. Arturo thanked her team, including the masons and, very emotionally, Arch. Jorge. She also referred to her father, Arch. Mauricio Arditti (1938-2016), and her family. Jorge, for his part, recalled the commitment that, as architects, they have with society and with Mexico.
At the same event, the Arditti architects also served as godparents to the members adhering to CAM-SAM.
Arditti + RDT Arquitectos has carried out corporate, housing, residential, tourist, religious, sports, commercial and cultural projects, including: Memory and Tolerance Museum, Movistar Telephone Tower, CocaCola FEMSA Corporate, Skalia Tower and City Government of the State of Zacatecas, among many others.
Arturo and Jorge have given conferences nationally and internationally in different forums, and their work has been published in different print and digital media. They have also received numerous recognitions for their works such as: the Build Award in the commercial space category for the Lomas del Pedregal Living Center project, London, England, 2017; the Build Award in the Pionner Award for Form & Structure 2018 category, Latin America, for its balance between form, function and structure in its projects; awarded among the “10 best Law Firms 2019, icon makers”, awarded by the Obras Magazine, Mexico, 2019; Gold Medal in the “X Iberoamerican Biennial CIDI”, in the sports category, for the CDI Stadium, awarded by the Iberoamerican Council of Interior Designers (CIDI), Mexico, 2019; among others.