In Buenos Aires, a Hub of Local Culture Under One Exquisite Roof

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Over the weekend, a hybrid concept space called Casa Cavia opened its doors in the upscale Palermo Chico neighborhood in Buenos Aires. The building, which dates back to 1927 and was originally built as a two-story residential home, retains much of its original design but was recently upgraded by its new owner, the restaurateur and film producer Lupe Garcia. Inspired by local cafes from the 1920s and 1930s, she recruited KallosTurin architects to integrate marble, brass, leather and terrazzo floors into the space, which now houses a restaurant and bar, patisserie, flower shop, perfumery, bookstore and publisher all under one exquisite roof.

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