Posts Tagged ‘Argentina’
Thursday, February 9th, 2017
Article source: Moirë arquitectos
The House Cronos is located in Pinamar, atlantic coast of the province of Buenos Aires. The project responds to the need to build a holiday home for summer and winter in full contact with nature.
The land is in its natural state, presents a significant amount of typical conifers of the area, a sandy soil and visuals open to the forest. The House Cronos seeks to manifest a way of understanding and living a holiday home, based on contact with light and nature, flexibility and quality of spaces, the nobility of technique and materials and the search for an image that reflect its own contemporaneity.
Image Courtesy © Ramiro Sosa
- Architects: Moirë arquitectos
- Project: House Cronos
- Location: Pinamar, Argentina
- Photography: Ramiro Sosa
- Area: 86m2
- Year: 2016
Friday, January 27th, 2017
Article source: Hitzig Militello Arquitectos
Starting off from the idea of recreating the spirit of the traditional Buenos Aires groceries without resorting to cliches, we worked with the materiality of what to us best reflects this kind of store: the wooden box for groceries. The sheer simplicity of this single element can generate spatiality both by addition and subtraction. The result attempts to describe this spirit, which was built by the abstraction of these elements. In short: constructing the decoration without decorating the construction.
Image Courtesy © Esteban Lobo
- Architects: Hitzig Militello Arquitectos
- Project: Tostado Suipacha Coffee Club
- Location: Santa fe Ave & Suipacha str. Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Photography: Esteban Lobo
- Construction Manager: Hitzig Militello Arquitectos
- Branding: GrupoA
- Construction company: Estudio Cores
- Structural Engineer: Ing. Carlos Gadini
- Scenography: Jerónimo Basso
- Furniture equipment: Casa Fad
- Decorative ironwork: Hugo Tonti
- Marbles and Granites: Marmolería Gago
- Size: 202 m2
- Year: 2016
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: CASTAÑEDA
Making a landscape from a building was the ruling concept that guided this project search on the demand presented by the licitation for the building of a “Córdoba Province Interpretation Centre” to commemorate the Argentine Republic Bicentennial. The main challenge was to incorporate The Province Historical File and an the Auditorium without modifying the project essence.
Image Courtesy © GONZALO VIRAMONTE
- Architects: COHEN, CASTAÑEDA, NANZER, SAAL, SALASSA, TISSOT
- Project: CÓRDOBA CULTURAL CENTRE
- Location: Sarmiento Park, Córdoba city, Córdoba Province, Argentina
- Photography: GONZALO VIRAMONTE
- Software used: Autocad and 3dS Max
- Client: Córdoba Province Government
- General Architectural and Landscape Project: Architects Ivan Castaneda, Alejandro Cohen, Cristian Nanzer, Inés Saal, Juan Salassa and Santiago Tissot.
- Structural Design Assessment: Architects Rosendo Dantas and Maria Edel Ruata
- Landscape assessment: Architect Virginia Pinero.
- Accoustic and technical lightening assessment: Architects Carlos Zoppi and CIAL (Technical lightening and Accoustic FAUD Investigation Center- UNC)
- Project development collaborator: Architect Veronica Niedfeld.
- Building Enterprise: AMG- REGAM
- Technical Representative: Architect Daniel Gerard
- Architects encharged or work: Sebastián Rollino, Facundo Cazorla and Juan Ignacio Rimondi.
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: Rivero Rolny Arquitectos
“Structure as space designer”
Structure stops hiding behind the drawing and comes out to participate as the main character of the play.
Based on the structure performance, everything occurs. The stage combines different but simple lines, materials, forms and senses.
Image Courtesy © Arq. Manuel Agustin Valerio Landivar
- Architects: Rivero Rolny Arquitectos
- Project: HOUSE RR
- Location: St n° 655/23 Parque Sicardi. La Plata – Buenos Aires – Argentina
- Photography: Arq. Manuel Agustin Valerio Landivar
- Characteristics: low scale growing residential zone.
- Sitearea: 402 mts2 – Corner 14×30 mts
- Construction area: 80 mts2 (62 under covered)
Wednesday, December 21st, 2016
Article source: Ventura Virzi Arquitectos
Kenneth Frampton considers Tectonics not only as a “mere disclosure of the construction technique, but, rather, its expressive potential. Tectonics acquires a truly artistic character to the extent that it amounts to a poetics of construction… The inevitable ground nature of a building has a character so tectonic and tactile as scenic and visual, although none of these attributes denies its spatiality.
Image Courtesy © Estudio Nápoles
- Architects: Ventura Virzi Arquitectos (Daniel Ventura, Andrés Virzi)
- Project: Brick House
- Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Photography: Estudio Nápoles (Jonathan Cáceres & Guillermo Romero) and Ventura Virzi
- Models: Mijaíl Jara, María Eugenia Pérez Moreno, Pedro Cabrera, Alejandra Dalpra
- Project team: Daniel Ventura,arq., Andrés Virzi, arq., Juan Pablo Callegari,arq
- Collaborators: Maximiliano Atanasoff, Juan Marcos Lagomarsino, Mario Rabinovich, Lucía Rodríguez, Joaquín Rodriguez Althoff
- Area: 90 m2
- Year: 2011
Friday, December 9th, 2016
Article source: Hugo Mur Architect
The House is located in a golf club, with privileged views over the course. This allowed to create spaces linked to the enviroment the house is placed in.
The owners, a family of three, requested a functional home, which could adapt to their work and living needs. Therefore, the house was designed with Living-Dining room, bedrooms and maids room at the ground floor. A studio room was designed in the 1st floor, with a secondary entrance through the outside of the building.
Traditional type of construction, reinforced concrete, brick masonry, slab and metalic covers, aluminum carpentry.
Image Courtesy © Hugo Mur Architect
- Architects: Hugo Mur Architect
- Project: Maria’s House
- Location: Mendoza, Argentina
- Client: Maria Cantera & Osvaldo Asens
- Size: 181,4 sqm
- Status: Complete – 2012
Wednesday, November 30th, 2016
Article source: Luciano Kruk
Armenia Building is located in Palermo Soho, a neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires. Due to the gentrification process occurred during the last decade, Palermo Soho was renewed and became a gastronomic, cultural, commercial and touristic hotspot, which has raised real estate prices in the area.
The building is situated on Armenia Street, an average width road lined with aged trees.
Image Courtesy © Daniela Mac Adden
- Architects: Luciano Kruk
- Project: ARMENIA BUILDING 1929/1933
- Location: Palermo, Buenos Aires City, Argentina
- Photography: Daniela Mac Adden
- Original Project Armenia 1933: Besonías – Kruk
- Expansion Project Armenia 1929: Luciano Kruk
- Project Manager: Arq. Belén Ferrand
- Site Manager: Arch. Belén Ferrand
- Collaborators: Arch. Andrés Conde Blanco – Arch. Ekaterina Künzel – Alice Salamone – Christian Studer
- Land area: 900 m²
- Built area: 3200 m²
- Construction year: 2013/2014/2015/2016
Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
Article source: CIBA ARCHITECTURE
Monochromatic, distinguishing the house volume detaching it from the rest. White, so its emphatic forms are not mixed with the environment.
Its symmetry creates a linear, compact look, reserving all the intimacy to the back facade, completely open to the lake.
Image Courtesy © CIBA ARCHITECTURE
- Architects: CIBA ARCHITECTURE
- Project: House in La Isla
- Location: Nordelta, Argentina
- Total built area: 4661 sqft
Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
Article source: MOARQS architects
The commission is a house for a couple with four grown children.
The plot is located in a countryside neighborhood with access to Route 27 and to the Lujan River, in the town of Tigre in the northern suburbs of Buenos Aires.
Image Courtesy © Albano Garcia
- Architects: MOARQS architects + OTTOLENGHI architects (Arch. Ignacio Montaldo + Arch. Eugenio Ottolenghi)
- Project: Lamas House
- Location: S. María de las Conchas 4249 Avenue, Albanueva Neighbor, Plot 85. Tigre, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
- Photography: Albano Garcia
- Collaborators: Arch. Adrien Girard, Arch. Juan Charadia, Arch. Lucrecia Brero, Arch. Torunn Vaksvik Skarstad, Arch. Jerónimo Bailat, Arch. Sofia Tomaselli
- Main contractor: Carlos Rodríguez Palare / Arch Michelle Rodríguez Palare
- Structural Engineers: Ing. German Comas, Ing. Fernando Saludas
- Landscape Architecture: Ing. Agr. Cecilia Rossi de Dominicis
- Frame windows: Alucon. Fernando
- Lighting consultant: Arch. Verónica La Cruz
- Ablution: Estudio Labonia
- Total cost: 390,000 US Dollar
- Gross internal floor area: 360m2
- Tender date: January 2013
- Start on site date: June 2013
- Construction duration: March 2015
Friday, October 28th, 2016
Article source: Estudio Borrachia arquitectos
“Casa de Madera” its a weekend residence, designed for a 4 member family; a young marriage with 2 children.
It takes place in ground floor and has the peculiarity of being built entirely of wood. In the roof level a green cover its develop; where wild plants grow almost without maintenance, getting a new natural space merged with the foliage and tree tops.
Image Courtesy © Fernando Schapochnik
- Architects: Estudio Borrachia arquitectos (Architect Alejandro Borrachia, Oscar borrachia)
- Project: Casa de Madera
- Location: Exaltation of the Cross, Barrio El Remanso, Pilar, Argentina
- Photography: Fernando Schapochnik
- Collaborators: Matias Carloni
- Total area: 174 m2
- Coverage area: 75 m2
- Project Date: 2015
- Construction start date: November 2015
- Work completion date: March 2016