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This new monograph presents the architecture of Richard Holzer, whose long and productive career has shaped the urban fabric of Panama. He is the architect behind many Panamanian landmarks including the Avesa Building, the Continental Hotel, the Credicorp Bank building, and, more recently, the Torres de las Americas (Tower of the Americas). Tracing his career from the 1950s to the present, the book presents more than 45 projects in detail and more than 80 projects in brief. That these projects are but a sample of his work indicates the extraordinarily prolific output of a master architect.