Architectural itineraries Discover Buenos Aires' eclectic mix of neoclassical, art deco, art nouveau and other architectural styles. Colonial architecture Spain's colonial legacy, revindicated after Argentina's independence. Neoclassical architecture As if the 18th century never ended, this movement remains present in the city. Neogothic architecture Arched windows and vaulted ceilings make up part of the city's eclecticism. Art nouveau architecture Discover the curving lines of the Gaudiesque Palacio de los Lirios and Casal de Catalunya. Eclectic architecture Monumental buildings with the stamps of various architects. British influences British neighbourhoods and a British clock tower in the centre of Buenos Aires. Rationalist architecture The Kavanagh building, the city's first skyscraper, is representative of this sober and modern style. Art deco architecture This simple style flourished in the 1930s and can be found in several neighbourhoods. The Belle Époque in Buenos Aires The best examples of French architecture in Buenos Aires. Italianate architecture This style spread through the city between 1850 and 1890. The rich legacy of immigration Different immigrant communities left their imprint on the city's architecture.