Built around a planted promenade that links two dynamic avenues, the project is an innovative cohabitation model that connects the neighborhood via a pedestrian alley that benefits the residents. The housing is of many different types that can accommodate a variety of users and thus help to create a family, multi-generational neighborhood. The balconies are cladded by movable wood screens that extend the housing structure, integrating the green landscape.
Designed in a contextual manner, it links the neighborhood together and frames the contours of a new pedestrian connection between two structuring axes. The housing units are situated on both sides of this green alley and lofts are set in between. They all benefit from its advantages, including the appartments’ private terraces on the ground floor.
The project stands as a cohabitation prototype and an architectural icon in a fast-developing city. It meets the growing need for housing with an environmentally-responsible and innovative architecture.
Client: Jack Green
Team: Architecturestudio, Zas Lavarello & Asociados
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentine
Surface area: 7 900 m²
Status: In construction