The Architecture Documents Laboratory (LabDA) is a documentation center that addresses the need to generate knowledge for the architectural profession by researching, collecting, and scanning the technical documents with which modern architecture was built in Argentina. The aim is to generate a documents archive that reaffirms and showcases the technical expertise, building quality and aesthetic paradigm in that architecture, restoring a lost aspect of the cultural heritage of the discipline, and exposing the tension that occurs between construction and appearance.

LabDA works in research, technical assistance and consulting, contributing to building knowledge and to expanding the cultural heritage of the discipline. It focuses on placing value on the material documented in the archive, promoting its dissemination by means of publications, the organization of events and exhibitions, and fostering research that proposes new insights into the works indexed in the laboratory.