Housing Caserio

Ignacio Igarzabal joins us for his first Portfolio Challenge submission and we are excited to see the work he provided the community. The project called Housing Caserio is a Thesis Project that he worked on at the Architecture School of Universidad Católica de Córdoba in Córdoba, Argentina. He has interned in Florida with EDSA for a year from 2019 and then the pandemic hit and he has been working Mita Studio in Argentina for over a year now.

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In his thesis project Ignacio aimed to restore a river channel called Suquia, and the focus was on creating a space in which the community can walk through cultural nodes located between native flora. This area is in the center of Cordoba in Argentina, and was in need of an intervention to improve the connection between the community and the nature around them. Cordoba is in the interior of Argentina and certain areas lack humidity, which means that any flora in these areas must be protected by the designs in place.

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How would you appropriate and restore a river channel that has been neglected in your areaLeave us your thoughts/insights in the comments section below!! 👇👇👇

Images by Ignacio Igarzabal

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