RETAIL / MIXED-USE / ENTERTAINMENT PROJECTS

Werl Outlets
Dubailand
Hangzhou CBD
7021 Hollywood Blvd
Al Rio
Kintex
La Mezquitera
Vicolungo Outlets
VMN: Victory Media Network
Westfield Sunrise
Alliance Headquarters
Animation Studio
Bernard's Restaurant
Santa Monica Place
Santa Monica Place Parking Structure
SDMR Korea
Shell/ Toyota Hydrogen Station
Sky Room North
Bjorn Eyewear 1 + 2
Boulevard Collection
Borrego Valley Foods
Braemar Country Club
Callejon
The Cascade Café @ Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
Castel Guelfo
Chongqing
Colorful Guizhou Town
Disney's California Adventure
Disney Paris
Disney Quest
Disney Shanghai RDE
NEP Japan
IperCoop
Hollywood and Highland
Renaissance Hotel Fitness Center
IAAPA Booth
Tamara Las Vegas
It's Tough To Be a Bug 3D Theatre
Jebel Ali
Plaza Mayor
Kukulcan Plaza
Lake Avenue Retail
Lancaster Honda Dealership
Leon Guanajuato
Malta Galeria
New York Sports Club
Oporto Center
Piraeus Mixed-Use Center
San Jose Art & Light Events Program
Spotlight 29 Blue Bar
Suzuki Car Dealership
TKTS Ticket Booth Times Square
Waterlights
Wired 4 Art Kiosk

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ArgentinaSite Plan

The Al Rio mixed-use project is a development with a vision of recapturing the waterfront amenities of the Rio de la Plata river with a three phase plan. Phase 1 is comprised of 100,000 square meters of new Retail. Phase 2 will include a new Arena for events, entertainment and sports; a Boutique Hotel and Conference Center; and additional Retail/Entertainment areas. Phase 2 will also include an integrated set of office towers totaling 50,000 square meters and finally, phase 3 will complete the development with a 20,000 seat sports and event arena and 200 room high end boutique/business hotel.

All elements will link the city’s edge to the river and the public amenities of this waterfront redevelopment. TFO Architectural design responsibilities included the overall project image, architectural planning and design, design intent, public area ammenities, and tenant design. All elements will link the city’s edge to the river and the public amenities of this waterfront redevelopment.

AL RIO BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Argentina
RIBERA DESARROLLOS SA
2007- Present
TFO Architecture: Design Consultant
Estudio Gonzalez ‐ Poggi, Buenos Aires: Architect of Record