Architects: Hitzig Militello arquitectos
- Area: 15 m²
- Year: 2020
Stella Artois Stand / Hitzig Militello arquitectos
PAU House / María Victoria Besonías + Guillermo de Almeida
Architects: Besonias Almeida Arquitectos
- Area: 223 m²
- Year: 2022
Ocampo Building / Estudio Morton 51st
Architects: Estudio Morton 51st
- Area: 1968 m²
- Year: 2021
Manufacturers: Bará, D'accord, Descar SRL , Domec, FV, +6
M 5605 Housing / Arqtipo
How to Choose the Front Door of a House?
As much as walls, ceilings, and furniture pieces define the character and perception of an architectural project, doors play a critical role in building that style. Among all the doors used in houses, the front door is the first tangible element that homeowners and visitors will encounter, acting as the pivotal point where architecture greets the user. After all, first impressions are always important; and the entrance door is certainly one that can set the tone for the rest of the interior. However, choosing the right front door for a contemporary house can be difficult, especially with so many design possibilities. Therefore, before making that decision, it is crucial to know what those possibilities are – and how these can transform the front door into a design statement.
Edificio Darwin 1111 / Hermanos Goldenberg
Architects: Hermanos Goldenberg
- Area: 1295 m²
- Year: 2022
Manufacturers: Arkym, Comade, Dangelica, Estudio DCE, Green Soil, +4
Architecture Classics: Study House for Artists / Antonio Bonet + Horacio Vera Barros and Abel López Chas
The building on the corner of Suipacha and Paraguay Streets in the city of Buenos Aires, designed by the Spanish architect Antonio Bonet, established from its realization the basis to begin certain reflections on international modern architecture in the Argentinian context of the 1930s.
Guide to Ceilings: Materials and Uses in Architectural Projects
Depending on the aesthetics of a space, the economy of the materials or even their long-term maintenance, there are various types of ceilings that are capable of meeting the technical and functional needs of architectural projects. Regardless of their manufacturing method, whether industrialised or handcrafted, ceilings represent a constructive element that constitutes the finish or interior cladding of roofs.
Argentinean Houses with Less than 100 m2: 40 Examples of Floor Plans
Achieving the best use of space, reducing the footprint of the buildings that are constructed and designing an optimal distribution that can meet the needs of their inhabitants are some of the requirements and challenges faced, day after day, by architects around the world. Through the implementation of certain materials, the definition of the morphology or even the geographical and natural conditions of the terrain, it is possible to carry out various strategies that make it possible to design homes with the comfort that their users need and in the smallest amount of square metres possible.
22 Architecture Classics to Celebrate the Day of the Architect in Argentina
Within South America, different dates have been established to pay tribute to and honour the career, life and work of architecture professionals. While in Uruguay it is celebrated every 27th of November in relation to the creation of the first Faculty of Architecture, in Brazil every 15th of December in homage to the birth of Oscar Niemeyer or in Chile every 4th of August for the founding of the College of Architects, the Argentine Federation of Architects' Associations (FADEA) kept the 1st of July to commemorate the Day of the Argentinean Architect, respecting the establishment of the International Day of Architecture, established by the International Union of Architects (UIA) in 1985.
Pizzería Marcia / Estudio Grizzo Arquitectos
Architects: Estudio Grizzo Arquitectos
- Area: 50 m²
- Year: 2022
Manufacturers: Cementos Avellaneda, Centro del Mármol, Mortero Mosaicos
Integrated Kitchens in Argentinean Housing: Houses and Flats That Are Organised in a Single Space
Regardless of the design adopted for kitchen spaces, for some years now and with increasing frequency, many architects have been deciding to design kitchens by integrating them into other rooms in the home. Free of dividing walls or joinery, integrated kitchens are implemented with the aim of leaving the activities that take place there in full view of everyone, encouraging interaction and communication between the inhabitants.
Terraces in Argentina: 10 Examples in Residential Buildings
Over the last couple of years, terraces have become an important part of urban life, acting as a refuge, a space for enjoyment and gathering, for contemplation or as an outdoor workspace. As a result of periods of confinement around the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, these outdoor spaces where people can exercise, connect with nature, study or work, have become particularly popular with those living in large cities.
House Tronador 2165 / Colle-Croce
- Area: 150 m²
- Year: 2019
Manufacturers: Patagonia Flooring, Aluminor, Buso Revestimientos
10 Houses With Concrete Pergolas in Argentina
Argentina is positioned in the extreme south and southwest of South America and given its extension, it has a multiplicity of climates and differences in the incidence of sunlight. These conditions led many architecture professionals to think about pergolas to generate transitional spaces between the interior and exterior of the homes that allow meeting the needs of its inhabitants by creating shaded, meeting and resting spaces in the open air.
10 Houses with Sofas Built in to the Architecture
Implemented as a means to take full advantage of space, built-in furniture has grown in popularity as well as ingenuity as designers tackle the needs and tastes of a wide range of users. It's ability to adapt and integrate into architectural spaces allows it, through a variety of configurations and materials, to fulfill various functions; however, this poses an interesting question. Is it truly the furniture that adapts to our living spaces? Could it not itself become the protagonist and creator of the spaces that we project?
YPY 1731 Housing / Arqtipo + Paola Castelnuovo
Architects: Arqtipo, Paola Castelnuovo
- Area: 1141 m²
- Year: 2021
Manufacturers: Carpinterías CONSTRUSER ALVEAR, Corralón Tramontana AST, Hormigón elaborado ING. CASAS, Hydros, Ladrillos La Marisa, +4