Young Argentinian architects Adamo-Faiden have completed a new residential building in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The building, called Conesa 4560, contains twelve apartments and is situated in the Saavedra district of the city.
"Every house tries to continue the tradition of the old houses of the neighbourhood by adding open spaces," say the architects. "A central patio organises the internal circulation and separates the building in two blocks. "
Photography by Sergio Pirrone.
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