La Nave 1-2 (the Warehouse 1-2), buit by the architecture firm Ruiz Orrico (Maria Ruiz Orrico, Ignacio Ruiz Orrico) together with Martin Alvarez and Roberto Lombardi as associated architects, is an invitation to weave the hybrid fabric of suburbia.
According to the authors:
"This work is an industrial warehouse that can be divided into two parts and is intended for commercial activities. It stretches over two parcels overlooking different roads, and is located on a block at the far end of a recent extension of the urban fabric of the city of Villa María, Córdoba.
The warehouse is on a corner and has a narrow front, which overlooks the colllector lane of the new Rosario-Córdoba motorway, and a long side overlooking a road that penetrates into the city grid, and it is one of the first buildings erected in these new urban, though still quite rural, parcels which serve as a case study in this hybrid fabric."