Cerviño 4491, Ciudad Autónoma
de Buenos Aires, Argentina

+54 (9) 11 5042-1254


The office building proposes a large covered central hall with three large office wings. Two courtyards/cloisters are formed on each side of the hall offering dynamic expansion spaces. The terraces are used for the location of offices with a strong relation with the public space.
The central hall that connects the 3 floors and the terrace is presented as a large space that takes shape. The void is occupied by a staircase that runs through it in a very suggestive way. The stairs connect the empty space offering very dynamic situations and unexpected interactions between the floors. The metal stairs are generated with two large strips that run through the entire hall. The movements of the stairs are simple, but the juxtaposition generates complex spaces. The dimensions of the stairs turn them into a new space that cannot be determined on any specific floor and that offers new ways of relating.
The connection between the offices program and the additional offer of public space in the building allows for the creation of a work center that can simultaneously respond to the needs of a globalized working world and to the reality of suburban areas. With this, the construction of more dynamic and interconnected cities is accompanied, which manage to trace new networks of links and juxtapositions of uses.

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  • Partners in Charge Arch. Juan Micieli, Lic. Manuel Miceli
  • Year 2014-2017
  • Size 23.000 m2
  • Type Office
  • Team Arch. Alejandro Micieli, Arch. Santiago Velasco, Mariano Cozzolino, Arch. Paula Secco, Zhi Li, PZ Arquitectura, Arch. Sebastián Zamprile, Arch. Martín Daloria, Gabriel Herrera
  • Services Provided MCL Development
  • Image Credits Federico Kulekdijian