Paula Elia

Paula Elia was born in Buenos Aires.

She completed her studies in Universidad de Buenos Aires and graduated as an Architect.

Her work has evolved reflecting in her proper consistency an implied style towards a solid and distringuished identity: mulitple approaches reached with a daring attitude which embraces a large spectrum for the development of her projects.

Painting is also her actual work.

The many original and outstanding proposed projects has given place to meet important clients such as Mercado Libre (Argentina and Brazil) since year 2000, and other innovative projects in Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Santiago de Chile.

Paula Elia

The feature that adds value to her work and seals her architechtural work is a focus that covers the concept of design and highlights the natural virtue of creation that sweeps the artistic space.

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Also firms such as Despegar, Motorola, Campari, Irsa y Bain & Co, and Google. The Solace Hotel in Santiago de Chile and showrooms sucha as Kalpakian Hnos. at Buenos Aires where Paula Elia is today an exclusive designer of a line of rugs and carpets named Posh deserve a mention too.

Work is ongoing on the área of private houses and households in Buenos Aires, mainly in Barrio Parque, Recoleta, Puerto Madero and Palermo.


  • 2021 Nominated for the office of the year Architizer Award for MercadoLibre San Pablo and MercadoLibre Buenos Aires.
  • Architizer Award (2020): Details Plus Architecture Stairs
  • Art Exhibition at Galería Elsi del Rio Bs As in April (2018) - Paintings, Collective Exhibition at Espacio Roux, Alejandra Roux in December (2018)
  • Prize IIDA (2017) International Award Design: Best Interiors of Lationamerica and Caribbean: Offices of Mercado libre San Pablo, Brasil.
  • International Property Office Mercado Libre Award - Buenos Aires (2015)
  • Prize Clarin Architecutre for excellence in interior design. (2017/2018/2019)
  • Seal for good Argentine design (2017): carpet design for El Espartano
  • Various exhibits in and Metropolitan Museum, Decorative Art Museum and Exhibition Centre of Costa Salguero, Metropolitan Center of Design
  • 2005: Silver medal award for design
  • Casa Foa Argentina 2001, 2002, 2003 First prize mention for design.