House JS / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos
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Gianserra + Lima arquitectos Location: C. 12 6800, City Bell, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Luis Barandiarán Area: 144.0 m2
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