2020/01/10 - Construction of the House at El Alfalfar has ended, the site transformed into a house and in little time will be called "Home" by its inhabitants. Nature resurface and experiences generate attachment to places. Soon people will make it their own in a deeper sense. We'll be following the footsteps of this phase with great interest in the growth of the house's in full use.
2020/02/02 - This new project challenges us to refurbish a small apartment at Palermo (Buenos Aires). As usual, we seek to preserve the local/original imprint by refurbishing some pre-existing elements and materials. At the same time, we redesigned the floor plan to be suitable for contemporary urban life and technological advancements. We opened new larger windows, demolished walls, refurbished old wooden floors and designed new custom furniture to make spaces bigger, improve function and achieve a strong modern local look. The result is yet to be seen, but we hope to make the most of small footprint living!
2018/10/22 - Interior design for hueso's headquarters, a design & animation studio gathering the finest creatives working for brands & artists. This multidisciplinary office is set in a modern building at the heart of Palermo Hollywood. Everyday it houses work ranging from graphics to corporate and product design. Furniture by Margen.
2018/08/23 - This is a refurbishment project of a house from the 80s at El Carmen, a private neighborhood in Buenos Aires. We worked to adapt this house's aesthetic, technology and functionality to our present time and to fit its new owners. Our project submitted a new palette of materials and modern colours with enough sobriety to survive fashion trends.
12/10/2016 - Gianluca is a renowned Art & Creative Director and this time he did some awesome visualisations of a variety our house projects. In his work the characterisation of the houses are the ones of a story book: They have a season, a time in the day and a story to tell. Gianluca's site
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08/24/2015 - " ( ... ) The true merit of every good architect is not about having a good idea, but being able to overcome the many difficulties that the idea is going to be facing. In first place the client and it’s fears, but then the planning regulations, licenses, money, machines, etc. We must achieve compliance with everything and everyone without distorting the initial idea too much. That requires constant reflection on what we are looking for, against whom we fight, what we have and what is wrong. I think that this process of continuous reflection is the most important thing that the student has to learn ( ... ) "- Alberto Campo Baeza.
An architect should have a vast education and willingness for continuous learning and reflection, we hope we have encouraged this excellent students to go in this direction!