GARDENS OF BUENOS AIRES
The design of a garden implies the presence of a diagram.
This diagram organizes a space in which an idea is projected. This idea in turn creates a landscape that identifies with a particular tradition, such as European gardens or those Europeanized. Spaces where imaginary, their own or others', depending on the case, were turned over, which meant in some way belonging to a culture that had given those forms.
Now, if the design and construction of a landscape is related to the forms and materials produced by a culture, what forms would be present today? What ornaments would inhabit that space? What
Gardens of Buenos Aires is another way of rethinking the relationship between material architecture and social architecture, no longer as two separate departments, but as the result of the same line.