Moarqs (Ignacio Montaldo arquitectos)
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Moarqs (Ignacio Montaldo arquitectos)

Moarqs (Ignacio Montaldo arquitectos)

Architects from Olleros 1617 1°A, Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
The practice was informally set up in Buenos Aires in 2004 and it was formalized in 2008. It`s directed by architect Ignacio Montaldo (1975), who has a degree in Architecture, from the University of Buenos Aires (F.A.D.U U.B.A.), year 2003. The practice has a flexible and dynamic working structure, and it is ready to face different levels of commissions and competitive tendering.

Moarqs seek to developarchitecture without appearances, an architecture that arises from certain materials conjugated with specific rules, getting more with less, looking for an intensive poetry that conserves resources.

The practice has participated in the Argentine exhibition at the San Pablo Architecture Biennial in 2005 and 2007. In 2006, it was awarded the first prize of the bidding to remodel Plaza de Mayo and, in 2007, the first prize of the Biennial Award for Finished Works, in the City Presentations Category of the Architecture Society of Buenos Aires Province.