In the 1950s, Argentinian architect Claudio Caveri forged colonial and modernist influences into buildings that were modest and organic, warm and humane. The style soon had a name: casablanquismo
Over five frenetic years in the 1930s, Francisco Salamone cut a swath across Argentina’s rural east, bringing his own distinctive brand of futurist art deco to all manner of public buildings. While Salamone has been all but forgotten, his extraordinary legacy remains
A show at New York's Museum of Arts and Design reveals more about the diversity of contemporary Latin American design than its geographic specificity
BAK Arquitectos has built a brutalist beach house on the Argentine coast that allows a pine forest to continue growing through it.