ENTRY COURT RESTORATION – PALACIO BOSCH
Palacio Bosch is a significant urban and architectural landmark in Buenos Aires. Its design and construction (1910-18) enlisted the talents of notable European and Argentine architects, craftsmen, and designers to realize a highly unified and representative composition of landscape, architecture, and interiors. Together with the other major private residences constructed in Buenos Aires during this period, Palacio Bosch forms a tableau that is evocative of the cultural and aesthetic aspirations of the political and social elite of Argentine society at the twilight of the belle époch.
Restore Entry Court Vegetation by replacing missing or unhealthy trees in the Court of Honeur, incorporate climbing roses bushes in the fencing area, insertion of linear flower bed; general enhancing of species.
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