Office for architecture, landscame and urban desing. Architect Oliverio Najmias

  • NOA, Najmias Office for Architecture

    NOA is an internationally acclaimed architecture, urban design, and landscape architecture studio based in Buenos Aires. Founded in 2007 by architect Oliverio Najmias, NOA specializes in a wide range of professional services related to the built environment; NOA carries out concepts, designs and projects in the most diverse scales: from completely new buildings and Masterplans to small interventions and renovations in existing constructions. The shared characteristic in this diverse portfolio is the studio’s expertise in finding a balance between an innovative and compelling identity, meeting client expectations, and ensuring the overall quality of the projects.

    The office, specialized in cutting-edge design, has received numerous awards both nationally and internationally, and its work has been published around the world. The studio has been selected as one of the top architecture firms in America by the prestigious German publisher Braun, is in the top 30 of Architizer, and has been chosen as one of the best architecture studios in Argentina and South America by the Americas Property Awards.

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT – Bicentennial Medal UBA

    Professor Arch. Oliverio Najmias Professor Oliverio Najmias received the Bicentennial Medal at the Main Hall of the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, together with distinguished colleagues.

    The medal was originally presented on August 9, in a ceremony headed by the Rector of the University of Buenos Aires Professor Dr. Alberto Barbieri and the President of the Argentine Mint, Mr. Rodolfo Gabrielli. The obverse side bears the logo “UBA 200” and the reverse side the major seal of the University, both modeled in low relief. The main seal, created by the painter, medalist and UBA Professor Ernesto de la Cárcova, was designed at the request of the institution to celebrate its centenary and since then it has been used on all official documents.

    In the words of the Dean, “the awarding of the medal is a special way of recognizing the commitment and work of our professors, a central and constituent part of our university”.

  • How to increase the built area without building more?

    When facing the challenge of a renovation or even a new construction, in addition to taking into account the client’s needs, current regulations and the budget, we consider a variable that is fundamental: how to do more with less. Thus, we present a case-study of how to have more surface area while building less. Leer más