House in Los Molinos / BIAGIONI_PECORARI Arquitectos

© Ramiro Sosa

Architects: BIAGIONI_PECORARI Arquitectos
Location: , Province,
Project Area: 180 sqm
Project Year: 2013
Photographs: Ramiro Sosa

Alberdi Dwellings / Castellitti Bertoni Arquitectos

© Federico Cairoli

Architects: Castellitti Bertoni Arquitectos
Location: Santa Fe, Santa Fe Province,
Project Architects: Bertoni Griselda; Castellitti Eduardo; Castellitti, Carlos; Castellitti, José Ignacio.
Project Area: 314 sqm
Photographs: Federico Cairoli

Casa Valle Escondido / Bucchieri Architects

© Kate Russell

Architects: Bucchieri Architects
Location: , NM, USA
Project Team Members: Stephen Bucchieri, Daniel Gallagher, Scott Neiswander, Melanie Farson
Designer: Stephen Bucchieri
Area: 9,500 sqm
Photographs: Kate Russell

Barranquitas Sur Municipal Kindergarden / Subsecretaría de Obras de Arquitectura

© Federico Cairoli

Architects:
Location: Santa Fé,
Urban Planning Secretary: Eduardo Navarro
Architecture Projects Subsecretary: Marcelo Darío Pascualón
Project Coordinators: Martín González, Luciana Viñuela, Lucas Condal, Alfredo Jurado
Team: Andrés Francesconi; Germán Müller; Carlos Di Nápoli; Francisco Garrido; Felicita Cersofio; SamiraRosso; Julieta Zampedri; Clarisa Cattáneo; Ignacio Barrios; Agustín Balma
Project Area: 1034.0 m2
Project Year: 2012
Photography: Federico Cairoli

First of May Neighborhood / CBAyA

© Federico Cairoli

Architects: CBAyA
Location: ,
Architects In Charge: Griselda Bertoni, Eduardo Castellitti, Carlos Castellitti, Jose Ignacio Castellitti,
Collaborators: Ricardo Matias Silvero, Paul Jaramillo, Diego Villar, Mariano Tellechea, Estanislao Niklinson
Structures: Ing. Sala, Rubén
Site Area: 329 sqm
Area: 1,246 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Federico Cairoli

Valna House / JSa Architecture

© Rafael Gamo

Architects: JSa Architecture
Location: Santa Fé, México City, México
Design Team: Javier Sánchez, Juan Soler, Jesús Acosta
Interior Design: Juan Soler, Jesús Acosta
Area: 581 sqm
Year: 2012
Photographs: Rafael Gamo

Eladio 13 / Biagioni – Pecorari Arquitectos

© Federico Cairoli

Architects: Biagioni Pecorari  Arquitectos - Gabriel Biagioni, Sergio Pecorari
Location: ,
Collaborators: Matías Gabrielloni, Virginia Aranda
Area: 468 sqm
Project Year: 2010
Photographs: Federico Cairoli

‘Ricardo Legorreta and Santa Fe’ Tribute Event

Courtesy of University of Art and Design and the Art Institute

Santa Fe University of Art and Design and the Santa Fe Art Institute recently announced the Ricardo Legorreta Tribute event, a weekend of activities across the city honoring Legorreta’s influence on Santa Fe design. Taking place October 19-20, the event will include a series of lectures, films and tours that will honor the legacy of the late Mexican architect whose inspired designs have helped shape the landscape of many residential, academic and corporate buildings in Santa Fe. More information on the event after the break.

House in Kentucky / arquitecta Mariel Suárez

© Gustavo Frittegotto

Architects: arquitecta Mariel Suárez
Location: , Argentina
Project Year: 2007
Project Area: 143 sqm
Photographs: Gustavo Frittegotto, Walter Salcedo

House RA / Pablo Anzilutti

© Federico Cairoli

Architects: Pablo Anzilutti
Location: , Province,
Project Year: 2012
Photographs: Federico Cairoli

Rothstein-Meckler House / Praxis Architects Inc

© Laurie Allegretti

Architect: Praxis Architects Inc
Location: 1710 W. Alameda St., , New Mexico, USA
Project Architect: Gabriel Browne
Client: Scott Rothstein and Marcia Meckler
Project area: 1,760 sq. ft.
Project year: 2010
General Contractor: Praxis Ltd Co
Photographs: Laurie Allegretti

   

Ex-Communications Battalion 121 / Bruno Bianchi, Damian Bojko, Etcheverry Nelson, Ricardo Etcheverry, Fabbri Juan

Courtesy of Bruno Bianchi, Damian Bojko, , , Fabbri Juan

This project proposal for the Ex-Communications Battalion 121, which won the first prize in the National Ideas Competition, stems from the idea of bringing the Rio Parana to the city district. Following a study of plastic forms generated by the river in Rosario, its vegetation, and topography, Bruno Bianchi, Damian Bojko, Etcheverry Nelson, Ricardo Etcheverry and Fabbri Juan sought to reproduce the essence of its main aspects, interspersed with the layout of the city and the buildings of the pavilion. Thus, river and city merge into the site, integrating the landscape, cultural, productive, sports, and housing, in a single place possible to generate an engine of development in the area concerned. More images and project description after the break.