Flood with natural light. Niceto, offices and showroom by Ana Smud and Daniel Zelcer + Camila Jalife

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Architects
Ana Smud, Camila Jalife, Daniel Zelcer.
Design team
Ana Sol Smud, Daniel Zelcer, Camila Jalife, Ludmila Saubidet.
Collaborators
Lighting consultant.- Arturo Peruzotti.
Equipment.- Agustina Gentili.
Graphic Identity.- Hummus study.
Landscape.- Martina Zavalia.
Builder
Gealco.
Dates
Construction start year.- 2019.
Year of completion.- 2021.
Location
Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ana Sol Smud

Ana Sol Smud (Argentina, 1984) is a Buenos Aires based architect, real estate developer and artist. She graduated with honours from the School of Architecture, Design and Urbanism at the University of Buenos Aires (FADU-UBA). Part of her undergraduate courses took place at the Polvtechnic University of Catalunya (UPC-ETSAB), a European experience she was able to combine with a stint working for OAB (Office of Architecture in Barcelona) under architect Carlos Ferrater. In 2008-before completing her training- she received the student award at the National Architecture Competition organized by Clarín-SCA.

Since 2009, Ana Smud teaches architecture at her alma mater, and she has also delivered workshops, lectures and master clases in different universities and learning institutions both at home and abroad.

In 2010, she set up practice in Buenos Aires, Argentina, eventually partnering with fellow architect Daniel Zelcer in 2014.
 
Her work has received -amongst other distinctions:

The 2011 Prize (medium size) at the National Competition for Completed Proiects organized by Clarín-CPAU.
The SCA Award for the Best Works built in 2012.
The 2013 Award for the Best Intervention of the Buenos Aires Historic Quarter.
The 2014 First Prize and a Special Distinction at the International Architecture Biennial of Argentina (BIAAR).
Special selections at the 2015 and 2016 Architecture Biennials of Ecuador and Chile.
Latin America Housing distinction at the 2017 Architecture Award.
Single Family Home Award at the 201 8 International Architecture Biennial of Argentina (BIAAR).
The 2019 - Convened as one of the main exponents of emerging Architecture at the International Architecture Biennial of Argentina (BIAAR).
The SCA and CPAU Award - Arquitectura argentina solidaria at the 2020
MDA 2020 "Narrativa Proyectual"- Colegio de arquitectos de Mendoza - 2020

These and other works by Ana Smud have been the subject of numerous publications by many of the most prestigious national and international magazines or editors.
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