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ELEMENTAL Designs a Building/Bridge in Buenos Aires

18:00 - 25 July, 2018
ELEMENTAL Designs a Building/Bridge in Buenos Aires, Cortesía de ELEMENTAL
Cortesía de ELEMENTAL

ELEMENTAL, the architecture office led by Alejandro Aravena, has proposed a solution to the physical integration of Villa 31 in the city of Buenos Aires. The building includes a raised linear park that aims to be the new headquarters for the Southern Cone of the Inter-American Development Bank Group and to facilitate access of the residents of the neighborhood to other areas of the city.

Architecture City Guide: 15 Places Every Architect Should Visit in Córdoba, Argentina

14:00 - 2 June, 2018
Architecture City Guide: 15 Places Every Architect Should Visit in Córdoba, Argentina, via © Wikipedia User: Cambalachero Licensed under Public Domain
via © Wikipedia User: Cambalachero Licensed under Public Domain

Located in the central region of Argentina, the historic city of Córdoba is the second most populated city in the country; which means it can be considered an important center for culture, education, and finance. Its dense historic center is characterized by the presence of brick -a product of the work of Togo Díaz- and the particular landscape that links the urban with the natural, resulting in an exclusive atmosphere that invites us to walk its streets.

Horizontal Vertigo: Argentinian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2018

04:00 - 31 May, 2018
Horizontal Vertigo: Argentinian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2018, © Federico Cairoli
© Federico Cairoli

As part of our 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale coverage, we present the completed Argentinian Pavilion. Below, the curatorial team describes the exhibition in their own words. 

Horizontal Vertigo
, Argentinian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2018, delves into the notions of humanity and democratic spirit as proposed by Freespace, by establishing a cross-cutting dialog between geography, place, and architecture.

These Are The Latin American Cities With The Best Quality of Life

16:00 - 20 May, 2018
These Are The Latin American Cities With The Best Quality of Life, © <a href='https://www.flickr.com/photos/jikatu/20111772669'>Jimmy Baikovicius [Flickr]</a>, licensed under  <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/">CC BY-SA 2.0</a>. ImageMontevideo, Uruguay
© Jimmy Baikovicius [Flickr], licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0. ImageMontevideo, Uruguay

Mercer, the multinational consultancy recently announced that Vienna, Austria has been ranked as the city with the best quality of life in the world, for the ninth year in a row. In a ranking that is dominated by European cities in the highest positions, this year Vancouver (5th), Singapore (25th) and Port Louis (83rd) are the highest-ranking cities in North America, Asia, and Africa, respectively.

These Reflective Bricks Seek to Return Natural Light to Dense Neighborhoods

08:00 - 8 May, 2018
These Reflective Bricks Seek to Return Natural Light to Dense Neighborhoods, © Nathanaël Abeille
© Nathanaël Abeille

French designer, Nathanaël Abeille's metalized pieces in 'Proyecto Reflexión' shows how a building could reflect sunlight and share it with another building in some of the narrow spaces of Villa 21 de Barracas, Buenos Aires. These "metal bricks" came about as a combined team effort with architects Francisco Ribero and journalist Cecilia Fortunato.

Mexican Water-Managing Public Space Triumphs in Global LafargeHolcim Awards 2018

12:30 - 28 March, 2018
Mexican Water-Managing Public Space Triumphs in Global LafargeHolcim Awards 2018, Winning schemes were situated in Mexico, Niger, and the USA. Image Courtesy of Global LafargeHolcim Awards
Winning schemes were situated in Mexico, Niger, and the USA. Image Courtesy of Global LafargeHolcim Awards

Results have been announced for the 5th Global LafargeHolcim Awards for Sustainable Construction, with three women-led teams awarded the gold, silver, and bronze positions. The design competition asked participants to speculate on future methods of balancing environmental performance, social responsibility and economic growth, “exemplifying architectural excellence and a high degree of transferability.”

This Curated List of Art Museums Showcases Buenos Aires’ Exhibition Architecture

12:00 - 17 March, 2018
This Curated List of Art Museums Showcases Buenos Aires’ Exhibition Architecture, via Wikipedia User: HalloweenHJB Licensed Under CC BY-SA 3.0
via Wikipedia User: HalloweenHJB Licensed Under CC BY-SA 3.0

Even in the age of instant information, museums enthrall us. Lining the tourist guidebooks of cities across the world, art museums are a must-see destination for visitors and locals alike. However, as our methods of communication and archiving change, driven by science and innovation, historic institutions such as art museums must keep up.

Michael Reynolds to Build Sustainable Public School in Argentina

16:00 - 17 February, 2018
Michael Reynolds to Build Sustainable Public School in Argentina, The sustainable school built by Michael Reynolds in Uruguay. Image via Earthship Biotecture / Tagma
The sustainable school built by Michael Reynolds in Uruguay. Image via Earthship Biotecture / Tagma

After a successful project in Uruguay—the first in Latin America—it's now Argentina's turn to build its first sustainable public school. The design will use the recycled materials of "garbage warrior" Michael Reynolds, the founder of Earthship Biotecture, and will be constructed as part of the program "A Sustainable School" in the unique biosphere of Mar Chiquita, in the Province of Buenos Aires, from March 1 to 28.

Protection and Preservation Policies are Fundamental for the Rescue of Abandoned Architecture in Argentina

16:00 - 20 January, 2018
Protection and Preservation Policies are Fundamental for the Rescue of Abandoned Architecture in Argentina, Tourist Inn at A. del Valle and Parador in San Pedro. Image via Agustina Basile
Tourist Inn at A. del Valle and Parador in San Pedro. Image via Agustina Basile

It is difficult to forget about the demolition of Clorindo Testa’s Commissariat of Santo Pipó and with it, the demolition of part of the Argentine architecture.

Housing Construction in Argentina Uses Recycled PET Bricks

14:00 - 17 December, 2017
Housing Construction in Argentina Uses Recycled PET Bricks, Cortesía de Fundación Ecoinclusión
Cortesía de Fundación Ecoinclusión

The Fundación EcoInclusión - winner of the first prize in the regional competition Google.org Challenge - is an Argentine non-profit organization that was born in 2015, from the hands of a group of young people that promote the construction of a fairer, equitable and sustainable society.

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