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Alric Galindez is an architectural firm founded in 1995 and led by architects Santiago Alric, Carlos Galindez, Federico Lloveras and Luciano Capaccioli. It has offices in Buenos Aires and Bariloche that work together generating projects in Argentina and abroad.

The studio has a special interest in thinking of architecture as part of a landscape, understanding as such the natural as well as the urban or cultural. Their search is focused on discovering the potential and particularities of each place, and through architecture, transforming a territory into a vital landscape. The design process is based on finding a different look at the problem, avoiding pre-established solutions. An analytical process where alternative paths are explored that converge in an overcoming proposal.

Alric Galindez has been consolidated in recent years, and his work has been recognized, published and awarded on several occasions. His permanent participation in National and International Competitions has allowed him to obtain the 1st prize in several of them, such as: the International Project Competition of Globant Iconic Building, the National Competition of Preliminary Projects of the Events Center in La Rural, the Competition for the Mixed Use Complex of Talleres de Pescarmona, and the Private Competition for the Officia Building in Nordelta.

Alric Galindez has been invited to exhibitions and conferences and has participated with its work in the International Architecture Biennials of Venice, Pamplona, Miami, San Pablo, Quito and Buenos Aires.

Its partners develop an intense academic activity, playing the role of adjuncts at the University of Buenos Aires and participating in workshops and seminars in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Spain. 

Partners

Santiago Alric (1968)

Architect graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (1996). Together with Carlos Galindez, he founded the firm Alric Galindez Arquitectos in 1995. He has worked as a teacher in the role of Assistant in Architecture (FADU- UBA).
He has been invited to congresses and conferences, among them, the Latin Americas Leading Architects Forum in San Jose, Costa Rica, TIL (Latin American Integration Workshop) and the cycle "New Visions New Architectures" (SCA). He participated as curator in the BIA-AR 2016 (Biennial of Architecture of Argentina). He has been alternate member and secretary of Cultural and Social Activities of the Central Society of Architects.

Carlos Galindez (1970)

Architect graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (1995). Together with Santiago Alric, he founded the firm Alric Galindez Arquitectos in 1995. He worked as a teacher in the role of Adjunct in Architecture 3 (FADU- UBA). He participates as a teacher in courses and seminars, among which stand out the Postgraduate Course Complex Cities Lab, "Globalization Free Choice", (TUD Delft, Holland + FADU UBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina), the Seminar SUBA Chile 2012 "1+1=1" and La Paz 2014 "Doors- Doors".
He has been invited to give talks and lectures at biennials and universities, among which stand out, the Latin American Biennial of Architecture at the University of Navarra (Spain), Latin American Conference of Schools and Faculties of Architecture (CLEFA), XI Biennial of Buenos Aires "Competitions" and the Cycle "Opera Prima" (SCA).

Federico Lloveras (1975)

Architect graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (2003). He joined the firm in 2001 and became a partner in 2005. He directs the office in Patagonia. He has been invited to congresses and conferences, such as "Alric Galindez: Experiences of Architecture in Wood", Sheraton Hotel in Cordoba.
He has been a member of the Board of Directors of the College of Architects of Rio Negro, Section III.

Luciano Capaccioli (1986)

Architect graduated from the University of Buenos Aires (2012). In 2010 he founded
with Jeremías Thomas, Fernando Schapochnik and Francisco Galeazzi f9 Studio, a young architecture office that developed numerous projects.

Together with Alric Galindez Arquitectos, he participated in several national and international competitions such as Globant Iconic Building and Talleres de Pescarmona, joining the studio as a partner in 2021.
He teached at FADU-UBA in the workshop of Lestard-Cajide-Janchez in Urban Project, Architectural Project and Architecture 1. Recognized by the University of Buenos Aires in 2019 for his professional work outside the academic field.