Before & After: A Buenos Aires Architect Transforms a Disjointed 1930s Home

Before & After: A Buenos Aires Architect Transforms a Disjointed 1930s Home

By Melissa Dalton
Architect Martin Huberman returns to his childhood neighborhood to create a flexible home for his young family.

When architect Martin Huberman and his wife, Maria Quinzio, head of strategy at global creative agency Wunderman Thompson, were house hunting in 2015, they wanted a place that would grow with them. "We wanted a house that didn’t just depict us as we are now; we wanted to forecast the house 20 to 30 years in the future," says Martin, founder of the Buenos Aires–based Estudio Normal. 

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