- Film-Obras De Arquitectura
Film-Obras De Arquitectura
BiographyCarlos Fernández, Jorge Isaías, Gabriel Lanosa and Claudio Maslat, the members of Film-Obras De Arquitectura studio, work around 4 basic parameters of design: simplicity, as a proceeding, austerity, as a research method, sustainability, as a goal of professional responsibility, and, lastly, amenity, as encouragement to transform a place.
In the conviction that the university is the best place to investigate the emergence of new ideas, a creative forge in contemporary reality from which to draw, the group has taught at the National Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning in Buenos Aires since the early ’90s.
Their teachings are based on the philosophy of control of all stages in design, from research to construction, not considered as a limitation on the field of ideas but as artistic supervision of every step of the way.
The group has been invited to participate in numerous exhibitions in Argentina and all over the world.
They recently took part in several editions of the Bienal Iberoamericana de Arquitectura y Urbanismo. In 2007 the studio’s work was exhibited in the “20 arquitectos: primeras lìneas” show at Amancio Galeria de Arte in Buenos Aires. In 2008 Film-Obras De Arquitectura was among the representatives of Argentina at the 11th Architecture Biennale in Venice, with plans for Juan y Eva Perón Park and Mausoleum.
The studio’s most interesting projects include Casa en Pilar in Buenos Aires, built in 2010, characterised by use of a combination of brick and cement used as both structural materials and modules for the interior fixtures.
- Casa Los Robles, Pilar, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2010
- Casa Santa Rita, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2007
- Trade union delegation in Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2007
- Hotel in Villa Gesell, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2004
- Juan and Eva Perón Park and Mausoleum, Buenos Aires (Argentina), 2004
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