Buenos Aires in bits and bites III

I have always had a thing for design, in different expressions, but even more so when it comes to home design. I think I have watched every Changing Rooms episode there is, and, wallet allowing, I´d redecorate my house all the time (though I´d settle with finishing to decorate!). For the time being, I try to get inspiration from different sources and apply them to my budget (like my pseudo-Asian coffee table.)

Which is why I HAD to go to an event called Casa FOA, a fund-raising yearly expo in which architects renovate a small beaten-down area of Buenos Aires and create impressive spaces with innovative designs.

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Street art (pictured, Tato Bores, a true icon in political comedy)

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Mexican restaurant

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Trash as art

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Fancy rails (made out of green and purple Venetian tiles)

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Mock-ups from previous installments of Casa FOA

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The trees were cold apparently

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Lounging in style

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3 responses to “Buenos Aires in bits and bites III

  1. I can’t believe I like that bed but I do.
    Space and what we do with it is really interesting. Fascinating show.

  2. Wow and WOW! I love the shots. BA has some sexy spaces, eh? Love them!

    More please…. 🙂

  3. I love your segments on Buenos Aires! It’s gorgeous and so perfect. Between the food, and the pictures, I’m dying to visit your beautiful country soon!

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