Category: Live
Honorable Mention

Located on a small corner lot adjacent to the downtown and riverfront neighborhoods in Rosario, Argentina, Jujuy Redux is a mid-rise apartment building designed by Los Angeles–based practices P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and Maxi Spina Architects. The poured-in-place concrete structure, which boasts 13 apartments, a marble-clad lobby, and a rooftop terrace, is lined with balconies that open out onto the street corner. The articulated form of these balconies break up the massing of the building, and with apertures, integrated benches, and LED lighting, the design provides social spaces that can be tailored to the needs of each resident.

“The sense that the building desires to acknowledge the corner I thought was beautiful. It felt Argentinian to me—a country where they dress up to take out the garbage.” —Elizabeth Ranieri

Project Credits Project  Jujuy Redux, Rosario, Argentina
Client  D.R.S. Construcciones
Architect  P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S + MSA, Los Angeles—Marcelo Spina, Intl. Assoc. AIA, Georgina Huljich, Maximiliano Spina (principals-in-charge); Rick Michod, Nathaniel Moore, Giuliana Haro, Daniele Profeta, Mike Wang (project team)
Interior Designer/Landscape Architect/Lighting Designer  P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S + MSA
Mechanical Engineer  Juan Carlos Vaz, Alfa Ascensores; Ingeniero Daniel Leon
Structural and Civil Engineer Jose Orengo Ingenieros
Electrical Engineer  Osvaldo Cichirillo
Construction Managers  Marcelo and Maximiliano Spina
General Contractor  D.R.S. Construcciones
Code Consultants  Oscar Coniglio and Martín Gascón
Lighting Consultant  Lorena Beltran, Serra Luz Rosario
Landscape Consultant  Estilo Natural
Window Consultant  Carlos Piro
Fabrics Consultant  Emanuel Presas
Signage Consultant  Liliana Silvano, Letreros Silvano
Furniture Consultants  Forcén Design—Juan Angel Forcén; Nosten—Juan Ignacio Forcén, Javier Forcén
Stone Consultant  José María Liebanas
Metal Consultant  Fabián Aimino
Size  13,500 square feet
Cost  $1.65 million
Photographer  Gustavo Fritegotto