Named Moshu Treehouse, the restaurant was built within a two-storey home in the Palermo neighbourhood, near the architecture studio’s main office.
Moshu features raw materials and playful accents
The neighbourhood is one of the older areas of the city and has a wealth of existing structures such as this one.
According to the architecture studio, traditionally, these Argentinian houses are built around a courtyard, which becomes the main gathering area for socialising.
Hitzig Militello designed the restaurant in Buenos Aires
Hitzig Militello Architects wanted
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