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Estudio Ramos, Argentina – Buenos Aires Design Studio Information + News
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Estudio Ramos Architects – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by Ignacio Montaldo Arquitectos, alphabetical:
House in Gral, Rodriguez, Argentina
Date built: 2010
photo : Eduardo Torres
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Estudio Ramos Arquitectos – Practice Information
Estudio Ramos Arquitectos – architect studio based in Buenos Aires, Argentina
This Argentine architecture studio is located in Buenos Aires and New York, Estudio Ramos has developed a distinctive style that relies on a well defined vision of modernism.
Through 35 years of experience the architecture firm has developed it’s work with a deep respect for architecture’s principles. In their long trajectory of residential and commercial building they seek to understand and interpret each project’s context, pursuing its ideal scale and sustainability.
Their goal is to encourage reflection through a simple, pure and honest architectural language.
– Juan Ignacio Ramos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1955. He graduated from the University of Architecture and Urbanism of Buenos Aires in 1978.
– Ignacio Ramos was born in Buenos Aires in 1983. He carried out his studies in the Florida Atlantic University of the United States and in Anhalt+Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau, Germany.
– Soledad Ramos was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1981. She carried out her studies in the University of Architecture and Urbanism of Buenos Aires, Florida Atlantic University of the United States and the Anhalt+Bauhaus Foundation in Dessau, Germany.
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