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Old Posted Aug 4, 2006, 8:57 AM
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The big cluster on the right of the pano looks impressive.
Do you have details on that ?
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I think some cities get a little carried away with twin-towers.
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Wow will that be an improvement to the look of the city! We ate three dinners over in that part of town when we visited back in 2000...great food.
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Picture Number Trhee Looks Impresive... No Mentira Te Estoy Jodiendo... Esta Bueno Que Le Muestres Buenos Aires Al Mundo Chau
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Exclamation Update !

03-August-06 (gracias a Clitorista por las fotos):

Torre Repsol-YPF:



Le Parc Puerto Madero (torres 1 y 2):



Le Parc Puerto Madero (torre 3):



Mirador de Puerto Madero:



Renoir (torre 1):

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14-August-06 (las fotos son de rogastril):

Chateau Libertador:

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19-August-06 (las fotos son de rogastril):

Terrazas del Yacht:



Torre Repsol-YPF:

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21-August-06 (las fotos son de rogastril):

Torres Mirabilia:



Promenade Palermo:



Torre Bellini:



Quartier Boulevard:



Hollywood 1:

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Old Posted Dec 16, 2006, 11:54 PM
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Foster + Partners’ reveal their first project in Latin America - The Aleph

Foster + Partners’ reveal their first project in Latin America. The Aleph will be a new waterside mixed-use cultural and residential quarter in Buenos Aires’ new arts district.

The redevelopment of the former industrial port district of Puerto Madero, close to Buenos Aires’ financial centre, represents a dynamic meeting of civic space, the arts, commerce and community. Drawing the life of the city to the waterfront, Foster + Partners’ design for The Aleph – the final chapter of the Faena Arts and Technology District - combines new construction with the selective refurbishment of existing buildings to provide a sustainable mixed-use urban quarter with a wide range of social and cultural amenities.

Comprising a series of three mixed-use residential schemes, the development will create a new waterside community with generous civic space at its heart offering the opportunity to experience art and culture. Drawing on vernacular traditions of courtyards and open terraces, the scheme promotes outdoor living and a rich public realm, which has a particular resonance with the local lifestyle and climate. There is also a floating island clubhouse with swimming pool and spa, and a 100-room hotel, programmed for phase 2 of the development.

A covered market square with a dockside frontage is the centrepiece of a new urban plaza. Naturally sheltered from the sun and the rain, visitors are drawn into a cultural centre below. At street level, the carefully landscaped pedestrian realm is enlivened by galleries, shops and cafes.

Inspired by the architectural and cultural legacy of the Belle Époque era, the apartments are imposing and generous. The first phase of the design comprises a 9-storey apartment block enclosing a landscaped courtyard. The materials are bright and warm, with bronzed aluminium glazing and sun screening, limestone flooring and an organic colour palette. The dual aspect apartments, light-filled and well ventilated, contain a combination of split level sections with vaulted ceilings and double height living areas. External rooms blur the edges between outdoor and indoor living.

The project is planned to open in 2010, the bicentennial of the Argentinean Republic.

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Madero Center:





Bayres Madero:



Los Molinos:


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New office tower !!!!



Ubicación: Gral Paz y Panamericana
Pisos: 25
Superficie: 30.000 m2
Uso: Oficinas
Inicio: 2007
Finalizacion: 2009


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Chateau Libertador:



Chateau Madero:

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Looks like alot is going on down in Buenos Aires. This is my ultimate S. American destination city.

Curiously, what's with it's fascination with twin buildings. Looks like most of the taller building under construction are twins.
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Torres Mulieris

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The Iceberg - 30 floors - Office !!!!!









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Construction Update !!

21-April-2007 (las fotos son de FeFO)

Torre del Boulevard Square

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