alric galindez creates linear architecture office in argentina
alric galindez creates linear architecture office in argentina alric galindez creates linear architecture office in argentina
may 28, 2015

alric galindez creates linear architecture office in argentina

alric galindez creates linear architecture office in argentina
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the martinez neighborhood in buenos aires, argentina is a place currently in the midst of a mass renovation. old horse stalls are being substituted with offices and restaurant developments in a general move to create a central area in the metropolitan town of san isidro. alric galindez architects joined in the overhaul with a bold, corner-spot architecture office.

from corner




the structure is made with sheet metal, which through numerous offsets, creates interesting vertical and horizontal views. there organization also has a few benefits. the roof elevation doubles as a way to create a light-filled entrance, and the upper level tension towards the corner helps shape a lower patio in back. sheet metal is expressive, and economic, and gives the office a factory-like industrial-ness. the finished workspace can handle numerous situations, and is able to be altered into many different configurations.

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the structure uses sheet metal to stand out from surrounding buildings

entrance sidewalk

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back terrace and workplaces

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lower level floor plan

mezzanine floor plan

upper level floor plan


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