A Young Architect's First Project

A Young Architect's First Project

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Janel Laban
Sep 23, 2010

Lucia Korcarz is an architect working in Argentina and a regular Apartment Therapy reader. She sent us in photos of her first project, a recently completed farmhouse outside of Buenos Aires. Here is the scoop, in her own words:

Starting your first project, especially at age 24 is not an easy thing. We were comissioned a 1900 sq ft farm house, located 100km away from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The only limitation we had was that the client had already bought most of the doors and windows at a local auction and was determined to use them. We knew we wanted to mix a minimalistic interior design together with a more antique and typical Argentinian facade. Tradition, materials and colours came together. The breathtaking views of a very wild farm has inspired much of this down to earth design. Simplicity and lots of space, without looking empty. Casual, warm, easy but elegant and practical, that's about it.

Lucia worked with Anthony Sibbald on this project and currently is working with Martin Gomez on projects in Argentina and Uruguay.

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Images: via Lucia Korcarz

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