Daily digest: ODA unveils a sinuous adaptive reuse project in Buenos Aires, the Queens Museum will expand, and more

Good afternoon and welcome to AN’s daily roundup of notable news in the world of architecture, design, and development. With the arrival of the autumnal equinox yesterday afternoon, today’s edition lands on the first full day of fall—so yank those sweaters from storage accordingly.

Here are a few newsworthy odds-and-ends on our radar today:

ODA unveils Paseo Gigena, a park-swaddled, green-roofed office complex in Buenos Aires

New York-based architecture firm ODA has revealed its first large-scale, mixed-use project in the Argentine capital city of Buenos Aires. Dubbed Paseo Gigena, the ambitious adaptive reuse project will transform a decrepit concrete parking structure into a Class A office building wrapped in a curving

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