1910: La moda de una época, Mar del Plata en la década del 10' #Style

1910: La moda de una época, Mar del Plata en la década del 10' #Style

@leandrinux - Mar del Plata (Argentina). This was the most prosperous period of time in my country's history (Argentina was in fact one of the wealthiest countries in the world!). Mar del Plata, just like Buenos Aires, was built in a very European style. This is the Rambla Bristol, it was the replacement for the previous boardwalk which was consumed by a fire. This is the Rambla Bristol

@leandrinux - Mar del Plata (Argentina). This was the most prosperous period of time in my country's history (Argentina was in fact one of the wealthiest countries in the world!). Mar del Plata, just like Buenos Aires, was built in a very European style. This is the Rambla Bristol, it was the replacement for the previous boardwalk which was consumed by a fire. This is the Rambla Bristol

Mar del Plata style - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mar del Plata style - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Chalet-MDQ-Garay - Mar del Plata style - Wikipedia

Chalet-MDQ-Garay - Mar del Plata style - Wikipedia

Mar del Plata style, A chalet featuring some Norman characteristics

Mar del Plata style, A chalet featuring some Norman characteristics

The MAR DEL PLATA STYLE chalets were at first the production of builders with a great experience in the building of the eclectic style mansions for summer, but without the skills of a real technician. The chalet marplatense is the translation of the main characteristics of the eclecticism to the domestic space: quartzite stoned facades, mission or French tiles, gable roofs, dormers, chimneys, prominent eaves and front porches.

The MAR DEL PLATA STYLE chalets were at first the production of builders with a great experience in the building of the eclectic style mansions for summer, but without the skills of a real technician. The chalet marplatense is the translation of the main characteristics of the eclecticism to the domestic space: quartzite stoned facades, mission or French tiles, gable roofs, dormers, chimneys, prominent eaves and front porches.

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