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CASA FOA

Our first Casa FOA was in the year 1994, at the Alcorta Palace – CASA FOA 1994, and it remains as one of our favorites, since with it, we began a path of unique growth and experience that continues in our practice until today.
In that FOA edition, we worked alongside with collaborators such as Diana Cabeza, and her urban elements, the great Eugenio Cuttica, who developed a custom painting with the oriental theme the project had, and, in the balcony on the first floor, we placed a very heavy Libero Baadi sculpture lent to us by the marchand Daniel Maman.
In the year 1995 we choose the Central Yard from “Casa de la Moneda”- CASA FOA 1995. That was our first involvement in landscape design. For that installation we won the DARA Scholarship and the Gold Medal for best project. That year too, we worked with the urban exterior elements of Diana Cabeza, and Pablo Larreta’s sculptures.
In 1997 we did an interior design at “Quinta Miguens” – CASA FOA 1997, in what turned out to be another of our favorite spaces. The project involved a bedroom and bathroom with a romantic theme. We designed the entire equipment and we complemented the space with Facundo de Zuviria’s photographs.
In 1999 we designed a beautiful bedroom in Puerto Madero – CASA FOA 1999, which we painted in a strong orange. The equipment was provided by Gris Dimension.
In the year 2000, we returned to landscaping, to yet another of our best spaces. The dock of the old Immigrants Hotel – CASA FOA 2000, with its 150 meters long and spectacular view to the northern docks of the Port of Buenos Aires. Again, we had great collaborators: Diana Cabeza’s urban equipment, Pablo Larreta’s sculptures and a splendid lighting design by Ernesto Diz. This year we won the Silver Medal for landscape architecture.
In CASA FOA 2001 and CASA FOA 2002 we designed a living room in Santa Catalina’s Convent and an exterior space in Buenos Aires Design.
In 2004 we won for the second time the Gold Medal for best landscape architecture regarding our work in the Central Yard of the “Tribuna Plaza” – CASA FOA 2004
In 2005, in Barracas – CASA FOA 2005, we intervened again on a monumental central yard that would serve as an access path to a future loft building that would be built in the site later on. Bridges over water planes and a waterfall over a 30 meter tall wall, synthesize our installation there.
Back in 2007, together with Diana Cabeza and Andrea Saltzman, we developed an experimental landscape in a central space, we decided to name “Wheel Landscape” in Palermo – CASA FOA 2007, and with them in –CASA FOA 2010 we redesigned the Central Yard of the Tribuna Plaza, over our previous intervention in 2004.
In 2013 we developed a dining room in Tornquist Bank – CASA FOA 2013 and in – CASA FOA 2014 we collaborated on a gallery in the Palermo Abby.

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