Argentinian architects Adamo-Faiden have completed their latest project in Nuñez, Buenos Aires.
Marcelo Faiden of Adamo-Faiden explains: "It's composed of three different kinds of habitable cells organized in two blocks, linked by a void that establishes the connection with the street.
"Each of the units can be used either for housing or working. Every project decision makes profit from the indefinition of the program.
"The building is located in Arribeños 3182, Nuñez, a low density area next to the north limit of the city of Buenos Aires."
See Adamo-Faiden's first built project, Casas Lago, in our previous story.
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