Edificio Comega

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Edificio Comega



Located at the intersection of Av. Corrientes and Leandro N. Alem in the city center of Buenos Aires, the Comega is a prominent rationalist building, the first skyscraper built in reinforced concrete Argentina and the first city in Show an exterior fully coated with travertine. It was built between 1934 and años1931 on a project by architects Alfredo Enrique Douillet and Joselevich.

Declared architectural heritage of the city, it was recently recycled and has the most state-of-the-art services.

Respect the original typology for the total renovation of the windows were used profiles of the line Softline 58 mm DJ in the following typologies: Fixed Top Sheet + Fixed Lower Sheet in approximately 320 units and Superior Fixed Sheet + Lower Oscillating Sheet in another 55 units. All with DVH of 4 + 4/12/6 (colorless).