Hachetresele design studio captures the spirit of Victor Della Vecchia Architects

Date
11 March 2016
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1 minute read

Victor Della Vecchia is renowned for his rigorous, beautifully detailed work, particularly on residential projects. A suite of publications, comprised of a book, calendar and poster designed by Buenos Aires-based Hachetresele design studio adopt a similar approach, but offer a glimpse of the processes that precede the rarified work. Hachetresele, founded in 2004 by Horacio Lardies, has been recognised as one of the leading creative studios in Argentina by its president and include Mini, Lamy and Triptique architecture among its clients.

Combining atmospheric photography and a forensic approach to curating the information behind a completed project the work by Hachetresele is a rich and complex document of the architect’s work. “The system is completed with a calendar and owns a sophisticated visual language about the contemporary way of living,” say the designers. “Materials, diagrams and detailing unleash the essence of this product.”

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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Hachetresele: Victor Della Vecchia

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