Kraftwelt at “SCA Round Table Sessions– Hunter Douglas”

14 julio, 2015 / By

“I consider that what grants more prestige to architecture is a basic operation that entails listening to clients more and assuring three elements: time, quality and costs” Architect D.Stinchi / KWA

14 julio, 2015 / By

Debate_Kraftwelt_SCASCA Round Table Sessions– Hunter Douglas

“Corporate Architecture” was the theme of the 4th edition of “SCA Round Table Sessions– Hunter Douglas”, which was held at Sociedad Central de Arquitectos last June.

Among attendees to the debate were representatives from Distrito Tecnológico Parque Patricios, from the Government of the City of Buenos Aires. Among other participants were Florencia Cabre and real estate developers in corporate architecture, such as Architect Mariana Tambussi (CBRE), Fernando Martínez and Mercedes Balmaceda (Gerenciadora JLL). Civil Engineer Civil Álvaro Feuerman (Facility Manager at Grupo La Nación) and Architect Elio Canda (responsible for Proyectos America del Sur – Inmuebles Corporativos en BBVA) represented contracting parties. Some of Argentina’s main architectural studies and companies attended the event and were represented by architects Gustavo Vago and Andrea López (Urgell/Penedo/Urgell), Santiago Falcone (Neumann Kohn), Daniel Stinch – Kraftwelt-, Santiago Diez (Contract), Cecilia Curcio (Estudio Rosellini), Brigida Squassi (POINT), Jorge Aslan (Aslan y Ezcurra) and Ani Rubinat (Rubinat Arquitectura). Architectural Journalist Graciela Lira participated in the event. Organizers of the event were represented by Architect Eduardo Bekinschtein (President of Sociedad Central de Arquitectos) and Architect Alicia Baena; whereas the firm Hunter Douglas was represented by Architect and Project Manager Maria Lambach. The debate was headed by Architect Hernán Barbero.

 Read the full article (in Spanish) at: Ciclo de Mesas Redondas / SCA