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Cotignola, Staricco, Tobler designed the Oficinas Prinzi project. The office functions as an element that connects and structures the compound of warehouses and sheds that are property of Prinzi S.A.
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Metropolitan Cathedral South Tower Rehabilitation, Montevideo, Uruguay, Design: Estudio / LT _ Arch. Martín López + Arch. Juan Pablo Tuja. The intervention focuses on the interior of the Cathedral’s South tower: a multiple height vertical space (h = 20 m), where the weights up and down movement launches the XIX century clock.
The Punta House is located on an open lot, alongside a reservoir, in the countryside close to the city of Punta Del Leste, in Uruguay. The location of the residence on this open country wasteland imposed the challenge of creating private spaces and, to some degree, protected visually and climactically.
Las Piedras Fasano hospitality complex in Punta del Este, Uruguay, combines private homes, hotel bungalows and other amenities – spa, equestrian center, golf and polo fields and a 3-km beach stretch on the riverside of Arroyo Maldonado – spreading across vast 480 hectares.
285 Montevideo has an atypical storey with larger windows, split levels, planting boxes and an 8-feet ceiling height, what was possible thanks to the maximum utilization of the height allowed by local building regulations.
Architects Estudio Ramos decided that the actual structure of the building would serve not only a structural purpose, but through its forms, the bare concrete shell would protect the glassed walls.
Rafael Viñoly Architects has designed the new Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo, Uruguay. This is the firm’s first completed airport and its largest project in Viñoly’s home country.
Rafael Viñoly Architects announce the completion of Edificio Acqua, a six-storey luxury residential complex in the beachfront resort Punta del Este, Uruguay and the first building completed by Rafael Viñoly in his home country.
The Coast Guard HQ is strategically positioned at the entrance of the Port of Colonia, Uruguay, South America in a UNESCO World Heritage site of a 17th century colonial Portuguese walled settlement situated on the River Plate in front of Buenos Aries.
The only standing-out element, the cross/campanile, can be seen from the beach above the line of trees along the coast. The design was inspired by a nautical theme.
Edificio Acqua, a six-storey luxury residential complex, will be Rafael Viñoly Architects’ first completed project in Rafael’s home country of Uruguay. Currently under construction in the upscale beachfront resort of Punta del Este.