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  • Ricardo Porro and later Vittorio Garatti were compelled to leave the country.
  • The three visionary architects Ricardo Porro, Roberto Gottardi, and Vittorio Garatti are interviewed on camera.
  • An innovative program called for innovative architecture, and Castro saw the Cuban architect Ricardo Porro as being that architect who could deliver such architecture.
  • Following the victory of the Cuban Revolution, Ricardo Porro invited Gottardi and Garatti to join him in the cause of building a new country.
  • Ricardo Porro returned for the first time in March 1996 for a series of public lectures, which were attended by standing-room-only audiences.
  • In 2009, the American director Robert Wilson made an opera based on the life of Ricardo Porro during the construction of the Schools of Art in Havana.
  • But by the late 1960s, a few years after the abrupt termination of the arts schools ( originally commissioned by Fidel Castro and designed by Ricardo Porro, Vittorio Garatti and Gottardi ), the government ceased to commission artistic civic architecture.
  • Since 1966, Ricardo Porro participated in important architectural competitions such as the Pal醝s de l'air et de l'espace ( Paris ), and the urban planning of the University of Villetaneuse, in collaboration with the Polish architect Andr?Mrowiec.
  • In 1957 he departed for Caracas upon the invitation of a Venezuelan architect whom he had met in Rogers office and ended up working with fellow Italian Vittorio Garatti and Cuban architect Ricardo Porro in the " Banco Obrero " project, led by famed architect Carlos Ra鷏 Villanueva.
  • Ricardo Porro was a member of the French Order of Architects and the Republic of France awarded him, for all his work as an architect, artist and urban planner, the titles of Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, Chevalier of the L間ion d'Honneur and Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres.
  • "' 1973 "', " " Sextuor " ", a sequence of six paintings in close cycle hanged according to a plan by architect Ricardo Porro is presented in museums and galeries in Norway, Denmark, Holland, Austria, France and is now in the collections of the Toulouse's Museum.
  • Shortly thereafter, Porro s support for the Cuban Revolution caught up with him, and he was forced into exile when his subversive activities were discovered following the failed General Strike of 1957 . That year Ricardo Porro moved to Venezuela, where he was recruited as a professor of urban planning and architecture in the newly opened ( 1954 ) Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism of the University of Caracas.