Ma­di Lang

If I were to de­fine Ma­di Lang in one word, it would be “Awe­some”; if I had 4 ad­di­tion­al words, they would be, “Pas­sion­ate about Buenos Aires”. She spends all her time wan­der­ing around the streets, talk­ing to peo­ple, read­ing, think­ing and ex­pe­ri­enc­ing its his­to­ry — and do­ing so far, far away from the cliched…

Mar­tin Frankel

AreaTres: if you’re here for a short time, they’re the ide­al place to find a place to work. Desks, of­fices, con­fer­ence rooms — they have it all. Plus, Mar­tin is at the cen­ter of the ex­pat com­mu­ni­ty and, on a per­son­al lev­el, I trust him com­plete­ly.

Adrien de Bon­tin

Adrien has it all: French cul­ture and cre­ativ­i­ty, Vi­en­nese work style, and the Amer­i­can work eth­ic. First rate pho­tog­ra­phy, on all fronts. His fash­ion and back­stage pho­tos are the high­est qual­i­ty; and he is a spe­cial­ist in film–yes, old-fash­ioned film.

Philipe Christodoulou

I don’t use them, but they’re pop­u­lar around the neigh­bor­hood. Laun­dro­mats, un­for­tu­nate­ly, tend to be low qual­i­ty in Ar­genti­na, so I’d rec­om­mend go­ing out of your way to deal with peo­ple who care. Two thumbs up.

John­ny Rob­son

Buenos Aires has one of the most in­no­v­a­tive, im­por­tant, and in­ter­est­ing graf­fi­ti scenes in the world: All Three I‑s! These guys are at the very heart of it. An­oth­er mod­ern and pow­er­ful way to un­der­stand the city and its nu­ances. Very, very strong­ly rec­om­mend­ed. And above all, these are tru­ly great guys, too.

Amy Febinger

Amy Febinger

If there is one thing that Amy knows it’s flow­ers. Her pas­sion and at­ten­tion to de­tail and col­or is com­plete­ly ev­i­dent in the flo­ral arrange­ments she cre­ates. Amy’s unique arrange­ments adds vi­tal­i­ty and gor­geous col­or to that spe­cial day.

Ce­sar Pe­nafiel

Pe­ru Deli — yeah, Ce­sar is all over the place. A great guy, very nice and sin­cere. I don’t know enough peo­ple as sin­cere­ly nice as he is. I had take out from them once, and it was ex­cel­lent, the best Pe­ru­vian food I’ve had in Buenos Aires. I’m not ex­ag­ger­at­ing.

Ariel No­vak

Ariel No­vak is com­bines all of the qual­i­ties we want in a wed­ding pho­tog­ra­ph­er: not on­ly is he deeply cre­ative and takes won­der­ful pic­tures, but he’s pro­fes­sion­al, on-time, flex­i­ble, and, deep in his heart, he treats every­one re­al­ly well and fair­ly. I would have used him for my own wed­ding, but I on­ly had the…

Amy Schi­ap­pa

Hav­ing worked in sa­lons her whole life, Amy brings noth­ing less than ex­per­tise, style and cre­ativ­i­ty to the chair. She has tru­ly worked to cre­ate an en­vi­ron­ment where art and de­sign are com­bined through the per­fect hair­cut. Amy will take any head of hair and turn it in­to a work of art — cut just…