BAAG: “We Challenged Ourselves to Question the Needs of the Market and to Reinterpret Limits”


Edificio Juana Azurduy 1635 / BAAG. Image Cortesía de BAAG

Edificio Juana Azurduy 1635 / BAAG. Image Cortesía de BAAG

Since 2008, the BAAG Studio, or Buenos Aires Architectura Grupal, has demonstrated that taking the time to collectively think, experiment, and rethink, not only reinforces architecture as a discipline, it advances it. The group’s projects and research have added to the shared-practice-driven critical thinking that has become increasingly essential within the profession.

We sat down with BAAG to hear more about their inspiration, processes, education, and their predictions going forward.

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