Architecture of Argentina

Argentinian Architecture refers to the architectural style and buildings constructed in Argentina throughout its history. The architectural style in Argentina has been influenced by various cultures and movements, including Spanish colonial, Italian, French, and Art Nouveau, among others. During the 20th century, Argentina witnessed a great boom in construction and architecture, and many notable architects, including Alejandro Bustillo, César Pelli, and Guillermo Rodríguez, emerged during this period. Argentina’s most famous architectural landmarks include Palermo Park, the Kavanagh Building, the Teatro Colon, and the Casa de las Culturas. These buildings showcase the country’s rich architectural heritage and its ability to adapt to changing styles and trends.