Articles tagged Argentina

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Italy’s apericena makes its way to Buenos Aires, thanks to this new coffee place

Buenos Aires – Duca Caffe & Apericena brings an Italian dining experience – and a colourful space, designed by Ohio Estudio – to Buenos Aires.

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An Argentinean studio makes the most of a complex space thanks to an unusual roof

Buenos Aires – The very first project realized by Constanza Chiozza and Pedro Magnasco of CCPM Arquitectos involved the renovation of their own house in Buenos Aires.

Man Cave by Estudio Normal. Photos Javier Agustín Rojas
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Estudio Normal breaks protocol with an intellectual retreat

BUENOS AIRES – The typology of the ‘man cave’ comes with all sorts of connotations and carries the depiction of a male-only sanctuary with a lack of rules.

The architect went to the effort of using primarily wood for the holiday pavilion’s structure and finishing. Photo Fernando Schapochnik
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Estudio Borrachia explores the relationship between nature and architecture

­­BUENOS AIRES — Estudio Borrachia has been working on a series of buildings that attempt to bring the relationship of nature and people – or architecture – into attention.

Lamas House – A concrete layer wraps the first floor, offering privacy whilst allowing light to filter into the centre of the site.
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Moarqs discusses its venture into residential design with three distinct projects

Ignacio Montaldo, founder of Buenos Aires-based architectural practice Moarqs, speaks to us about how the firm seeks to challenge its own perception of design.

Atlantico Sur, 2014, 118 x 98 cm, mixed media on canvas, image courtesy of the artist and the gallery
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Soup by Martin Ron

Buenos Aires is an anomaly in South America when it comes to the acceptance and encouragement of street art.

The Carton is about food culture and the Middle East.
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Zines: Avant la Lettre

For every action a counteraction, for every passion a publication. Avid readers are still discovering – at kiosks and concept stores everywhere – magazines that turn them on.

A spread of rhomboid-shaped apertures puncture the concrete jagged form.
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Bicentennial Civic Center by Lucio Morini & GGMPU Arquitectos

BUENOS AIRES – About 700 km northwest of Argentina’s capital, Buenos Aires, a jagged civic center with rhomboid-shaped apertures reconnects the River Suquía and adds a dash of new to the old …