- Architects In Charge : Ramiro Gallardo, Gustavo Nielsen, Max Zolkwer
- Competition Collaborators : Leticia Balacek, Florencia Bernal, Sebastian Marsiglia, Doris Gabriela Torres Ferrer
- Project Collaborators : Martín Groba, Anabela Roitman, Juliana Hernández
- Collages : Andrés Sandoval, María Betania Camacho
- Advisors : Camilo Policastro
- Structural Advisor : Ingeniero Diego Vizzón
- Plumbing Advisor : Julio César Blanco
- Lighting Advisor : Fabián Rigacci
- City : Buenos Aires
- Country : Argentina
Text description provided by the architects. Two squares lost in the intricate grid of Barracas, Unamuno and Magaldi, have a new face. Both are virtually hidden: the unorthodox grid of the perimeter makes them virtually invisible. This special situation of irregularity of the classic plot of Buenos Aires (a project by Fermín Bereterbide), creates an intimate atmosphere, as an interior courtyard.
The squares are cut off, so that the project homogenizes their floorings, games, facilities, vegetation. Two pergolas in Unamuno, and one in Magaldi, are laid out emphasizing the special spatial situation, also functioning as a signal on an urban scale: pergolas indicate that in these block interiors there is a public space. Pergolas also indicate the dry area of the square, where there is table tennis, chess, and rest areas.
The original project, the first prize in a competition in 2008, also included the leveling of streets and sidewalks creating what is commonly referred to as "living streets" and thus achieving to extend the space of the square to the facades of the houses. For budgetary reasons, in addressing the construction in 2013, this and other minor operations were not completed.