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Argentina Architects

Contemporary Argentine Architectural Studios – Design Offices South America

Argentina Design Offices – Guide

Argentine Architects – Architect Listings

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This page contains a selection of major South American architects studios, with links to individual architecture practice pages. e-architect select what we feel are the key Argentine architects studios, but we welcome additions for consideration. The focus is on contemporary architects in Argentina.

Argentina Architecture
Argentine house
photograph : Alejandro Peral

Links to Argentine Architect Studio InformationArchitect Practices in Argentina listed alphabetically by surname

21st Century Argentina Architects

Alric Galindez Arquitectos
Andrés Remy Arquitectos
Bórmida & Yanzón Architects
Estudio Ramos Arquitectos
Ignacio Montaldo arquitectos

More Argentine architects studios online soon

Argentine architect offices featured on this site but not listed in architect practice section

Belatrix
GGMPU Arquitectos
Jacoby Treibel Arquitectos
Lucio Morini

Additional Argentina architect studios welcome : please e-mail photos (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) with architect practice profile to e-architect


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World Architects

South American Buildings
South American Building
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American Buildings

Argentina Houses
Argentina House
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The Argentine Republic is the eighth-largest country in the world. The highest and the lowest points of South America are also located in Argentina: Cerro Aconcagua is the tallest mountain in the Americas while Laguna del Carbón is the lowest point in the Americas.

At the southern tip of Argentina there are several routes between the South Atlantic and the South Pacific Oceans.

The name Argentina derives from argentinos, the Ancient Greek diminutive (tinos) form for silver (argentos), which is what early Spanish explorers sought when they first reached the region in the sixteenth century.
source: wikipedia

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