Casa Cavia, Buenos Aires

A wondrous multi-purpose location for food, conversation and art

by Caroline Kinneberg Lupe García—the creative director of recently opened Casa Cavia in Buenos Aires—is following in her parents’ footsteps. Her father opened La Panaderia de Pablo restaurant, while her mother founded Ampersand—a publishing house rooted in language, history and academic books. Looking to move that business to a new location, García’s mother found a stunning, historic 1920s house for sale in the elite residential …

The Oasis Clubhouse

South America's stylish travel site adds social utility with a Buenos Aires flagship

With both attuned expats and locals on the ground, boutique hospitality company Oasis Collections is doing the necessary footwork to create a highly selective portfolio of attractive properties around South America. The Airbnb-like service evolved in 2009 as way of offering discerning travelers a plethora of luxurious digs, all safely approved by a like-minded team helmed by American entrepreneur Parker Stanberry. Oasis has since distinguished …

Cool Hunting Video Presents: Manuel Ameztoy

Our latest video explores the epic paper sculptures of an up and coming Argentinian artist

For the final video from our adventures in Buenos Aires we visit the studio of the fantastic visual artist Manuel Ameztoy. Ameztoy works exclusively with paper cut-outs, creating fragile installations on an epic scale. We caught up with him the day after his opening at the city’s Faena Arts Center to talk about his process and how he creates his delicately elegant sculptures.