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a+u 464. 09:05

Architecture in Argentina

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  • Paperback
  • Engels, Japans
  • 128 pagina's
  • 1 mei 2009
What comes to mind in at the mention of Argentina, the southernmost country of Latin America? From the time Argentina was colonized by the Spanish in the 16th century, European values have permeated deep into the land. In the late 19th century, Argentina welcomed European immigration, resulting in a culturally integrated population of, with up to 90% of Argentine citizenes claiming European descent. Not surprisingly, European architecture adorns Argentinas cities and particularly Buenos Aires, which is commonly known as South Americas Paris. At the same time, in finding these cities surrounded by the expansive pampas, one is reminded that thisis South America.

This issue of a+u magazine on Architecture in Argentina introduces some of the works built in Argentina over the past 20 years. The three essays discuss issues of modernism in Argentina, prevailing tendencies amongst young architects, and the influence of the built environment on architectural discourse, paying special attention to the city of Buenos Aires.
What comes to mind in at the mention of Argentina, the southernmost country of Latin America? From the time Argentina was colonized by the Spanish in the 16th century, European values have permeated deep into the land. In the late 19th century, Argentina welcomed European immigration, resulting in a culturally integrated population of, with up to 90% of Argentine citizenes claiming European descent. Not surprisingly, European architecture adorns Argentinas cities and particularly Buenos Aires, which is commonly known as South Americas Paris. At the same time, in finding these cities surrounded by the expansive pampas, one is reminded that thisis South America.

This issue of a+u magazine on Architecture in Argentina introduces some of the works built in Argentina over the past 20 years. The three essays discuss issues of modernism in Argentina, prevailing tendencies amongst young architects, and the influence of the built environment on architectural discourse, paying special attention to the city of Buenos Aires.

Features these projects:

AFRA + LGR + Fernndez Prieto & asociados, Homage Park Juan and Eva Pern Mausoleum
Rafael Iglesia, International Amusement Park of Rosario, Altamira Building, Quincho II
Marcelo Villafae, Florencia Raigal House
Alejandro Sticotti, House in Olivos
Max Zolkwer Architect, Min House
Dieguez Fridman Arquitectos & Asociados, Building on Clay Street
Clusellas/OConnor, House MCMC,
Pablo T. Beta, Pan Klub Foundation, Xul Solar Museum
Adamo-Faiden, Chal House, Conesa 4560
Essay: Proposals from the End of the World, Florencia Rodrguez
Ana Etkin, Bodega Don Bosco
Bertolino-Barrado Oficina de Arquitectura, Crdoba Botanical Garden
GGMPU Architects + Lucio Morini, Provincial Museum of Fine Arts Emilio Caraffa
Cristin Nanzer and Mariela Marchisio, House Sky Villa

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