Art, design and identity in a Historic Residence.
Ramiro, the musician, great-grandson of Pedro Lavaque, and his wife, the architect Paola Marcon, were the ones who designed the Pedro Lavaque Cultural House, following in the footsteps of their predecessors who began this search to revalue the culture and identity of the region.
Its showrooms and sales houses artists, craftsmen and designers. It is a curatorship that combines with elegance and good taste the artistic manufacture of the Argentine North with a sharp contemporary approach.
It is a space open to the community where, in addition to being able to meet and buy, we offer various cultural activities scheduled throughout the year.