Interview with Elie Azagury

  title={Interview with Elie Azagury},
  author={Aziza Chaouni},
  journal={Journal of Architectural Education},
  pages={210 - 216}
  • Aziza Chaouni
  • Published 3 July 2014
  • Art
  • Journal of Architectural Education
Born in Casablanca in 1918, Elie Azagury was trained in Paris and Marseilles, and interned in France and Sweden before returning to Morocco where he headed a successful practice from 1947 until 2007. In parallel, Azagury was actively involved in various architectural circles. Among others, he partook in GAMMA (Groupe des Architectes Modernes Marocains), the Moroccan chapter of the Congrès International d’Architecture (CIAM), traveled to Europe to attend several CIAM preparatory meetings and… 
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