We are a firm devoted to plan, conduct and build living spaces within an architectural object. In this space, we seek to interpret and reflect our clients' lifestyle, personality, customs, ideas and dreams, appealing to the dynamic relationship with them so as to achieve the best result.See More
Heterogeneity and superposition of volumes. Spaces are determined as from a morphological complexity, where each space is organized according to a geometrical pattern. One of these attached volumes demarcates a large window where an important protagonist appears: the piano. The entrance hall is exposed through the fretwork of one of the buildings which is a two-storey one. Autonomous perspectives are created to generate spaces in the gallery and the garage. The ground floor has a social function. To the left and aligned with the garage, we can find the utility area. The top floor is connected with the ground floor by an organic staircase. On the top floor, the private spaces are created. All the different uses represent each function and determines as from the exterior what takes place in the several areas of the houseview more
A stone portico erects itself delineating a hierarchichal access. The carpentry, the moulders and the rustications provide the style with Tuscan traits. The development of the building is adapted to the client's style: on the ground floor, we find the daily use area, and a wing of interconnected bedrooms. On the top floor, there is a living room, a library and two bedrooms. The pool has an organic morphology and it is fitted into the gallery area, where the best views can be found. The access is quite impressive by its two-storey view, the floor coating ornamentation, the staircase with organic forms, and the chandelier. In the kitchen area, the light colours provide it with brightness and spaciousness. The furniture is handcrafted, which conveys a distinct personality, both to the linear support surface and the isle. The outer warmth is kept in the interiors with a distictive style and strong personality.view more
“Less is more”. Mies' phrase can summarize the line of thoght that gave origin to this house. The minimalist premise was the main intention that was present all the time when it was designed, The honesty of raw materials, with no coatings, the purity of geometry, the lack of ornamentation, the elements kept to a minimum provides the house with its own identity. To the front, it presents itself as a large volume, almost blind, to which a crystal box is attached and is divided by an impressive slit that marks the access. To the rear faÇade, the house is open up so as to make the most of the river view. The ground floor has coordinated rooms, without walls, except for a small utility area. The top floor has private uses and, if we continue going upstairs, we arrive at an accessible terrace which functions as expansion as well as a viewpoint. The inner rooms have works of art, organic furniture, and wood elements which convey the warmth that is essential for the users' comfort.view more
With the typical symmetry of the French style and its distinctive features, such as moulders, attics and balusters, the building faÇade erects itself; however distinctive it may seem, it does not lose its warmth. The panelled window system provides with a hallmark to a style a strong identity. In the house, there is an organization that can be seen as from the exterior: the core, which organizes the access and the family room, and two side wings. On one wing, we find the public area -living room- and on the other wing, the utility area --kitchen, laundry and bedroom. On the top floor, this separation enables to divide the main suite from the children bedrooms. To the rear faÇade, the house has a grill room shed and a large gallery. These areas have a priviledged view towards the lagoon. The pool also takes advantage of the orientation and it generates an infinity effect together with the horizon.view more
The architecture project should be respected both in the structural instance of the building and in the details. To that aim, we carry out the construction site management. With the documentation executed in the project stage, we have the tools so that it takes place in due time and form.
The architectural style that we suggest adapts to a functional context keeping in mind values like identity and refinement. Each project represents a unique design, thus expressing each user's personality. The representation systems are at the service of the client, allowing a dynamic relationship so as to reach an appropriate solution. By combining the client's wishes and our vision of architecture, we guarantee the success of each project that we develop.
The projects are materialized respecting the structural systems, the installations and the finish details. We work with excellence from the start to the end of the construction process. We use first-quality materials so as to make sure we provide comfort and high-quality aesthetics. We build under Building Information Modeling (BIM) standards, optimizing processes and resources, which consists of meeting deadlines and reducing costs.
The project can be completed defining each detail in the interior of the house. The client's identity is complemented by the architecture in rooms. The project not only manifests itself through formal and spatial values, but also through interior design details. The experience acquired by completing our studies at Politecnico di Milano contributes to that aim. Functionality, comfort and aesthetics are combined and place the user in the center of stage, thus ensuring optimal results.
Franklin D. Roosevelt 5418, 101. CABA
Buenos Aires, Argentina