Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Project: Estancia y Ficus
Architects: Canas Arquitectos
Location: Escazu, Costa Rica
Area: 979 sqft
Photographs by: Courtesy of Canas Arquitectos

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Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos

The Estancia y Ficus project by Canas Arquitectos is a very simple, yet an incredibly unique project. It is a rather small house, only spanning across 979 square feet but not all is in the size. This house is all about location. It is located in the colonial city of Escazu in San Jose in Costa Rica, but more importantly, it is placed atop a hill that overlooks San Jose and Heredia.

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

The program could not be simpler.

It’s a place where one can enjoy the view and spend afternoons and part of the evening with friends and family.

The location selected had a slight slope towards the east and a bonsai like tree, that resembles the ones grown by its owner.

The view of the San Jose city with the central volcanic mountain range is spectacular, the Escazu mountains with it’s Pico Blanco or White Peak , so close that you feel that you can touch them with your hands.

At nighttime, San Jose becomes the main attraction as it starts lighting up, the sky starts turning red, tinted by the city lights and the rest of the landscape begins to get lost in the darkness. The only one thing that remains is the illuminated Ficus.

With this in mind, we designed a glass house, elevated on top of metallic columns and with a cover that opens towards the view – 3 glass sides and a back wall (with the amenities).

Canas Arquitectos

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

The access is through a steel bridge and glass which directs us towards the open view of the city , and soon towards the end, breaking off into an angle to access the room. It’s a unique 52 m2 space which holds living room, dining room, kitchen and a small adjacent bathroom.

This space opens up completely on its northeast side facing the area’s landscape and about 60% towards the 30 square meter terrace facing San Jose.

A dark ceramic tile was chosen for the floor and the ceiling was paingted greyinh color so that during the night these colores would leave the room almost in a semi darkness and would not compete with the city lights. The furniture and the wall colors all complement such style.

To sum it all up: a light and clear project, which is not intrusive, designed to immerse yourself within the scenery.

Canas Arquitectos

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

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Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

Estancia y Ficus by Canas Arquitectos in Escazu, Costa Rica

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Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Project: Bolton Residence
Architects: Naturehumaine
Location: East Bolton, Quebec, Canada
Area: 1,500 sqft
Photographs by: Courtesy of Naturehumaine

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Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine

Naturehumaine have designed the Bolton Residence in the Quebec municipality of East Bolton. This simplistic 1,500 square feet Canadian home is elevated above a rock located on a rugged hillside. The two-story family residence consists of two structures stacked upon one another, where the lower story is a concrete block partially built into the slope.

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Having bought a beautiful plot of wooded land in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, the client dreamt of building a country house that would be in perfect symbiosis with its natural environment. This rugged, sloped site came to a natural plateau just below its highest point, becoming the perfect location to erect the house.

The house is characterized by two stacked volumes; a wooden clad volume anchored into the mountain supports a cantilevering ground floor volume above. This gable roofed volume raised into the air gives the sensation that the house is floating amongst the trees. Vast views of Mount Orford and the valley below are framed by a long horizontal strip window. The kitchen and master bathroom are carved out of a black volume at the center of the house dividing living spaces from the master bedroom.

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Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

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Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

Bolton Residence by Naturehumaine in Quebec, Canada

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Project: Davis Residence
Architects: Miller Hull
Location: Bellingham, Washington, USA
Area: 1,400 sqft
Photographs by: Benjamin Benschneider

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull

The Davis Residence is a 1,400 square feet home located in a densely wooded area on a cliff with a stellar view of the San Juan Islands. It is actually located in Bellingham, Washington, USA where it tries its best to blend in with the natural environment that surrounds it.
Miller Hull has designed the Davis Residence with an abundant use of wood throughout the interior as well as the exterior, creating a warm ambiance and a strong connection to its surroundings.

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

This 1400 sq. ft main house and guest house/garage is located on a heavily wooded cliff site with views of the San Juan Islands of Washington State. The plan orients to major views south down the coast line and west out to the islands while being careful to stay outside of the drip line of the dominant Doug fir trees. Large overhangs protect glazing and provide shelter.

The concept marries a long gently sloping roof form containing the kitchen, entry and studio with a vertical tower containing the living room and master bedroom above.

The roof forms express their timber construction with exposed joist, 1×4 skip sheathing and plywood diaphragms. The high performance wood fir windows provide thermal breaks while being strong enough for the mullions to be of minimal dimension. Wood T&G paneling is stained in bold transparent colors.

Miller Hull

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

Davis Residence by Miller Hull in Washington, USA

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El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

Project: El Guarango House
Architects: Bernardo Bustamante
Location: Quito, Ecuador
Area: 1,162 sqft
Photographs by: Sebastian Crespo

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El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante

The El Guarango House is built right into a hillside in Quito, Ecuador. This 1,162 square feet weekend home is designed by Bernardo Bustamante to integrate modern living into a peaceful, rural setting. The modern home nestles into its surroundings, sitting alone on top of a hill, offering spectacular views of the growing urban area below and the valley into the distance.

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

The Guarango House is located in Rumiloma, one of the hills that stems from the Ilaló, a hill that has recently been integrated to become part of Quito´s rapidly growing urban area. Rumiloma´s irregular topography with its steep slopes and sharp ravines creates an astonishing view of the Ecuadorean Andes.

The house is situated in the uppermost area of a large batch of three hectares taking advantage of a natural existing platform, similar to the plant of the houses´ single floor base área, which avoids interfering with the land´s natural given characteristics.

The architectural program was conceived as a weekend two bedroom home, with a social area that doubles its size, by integrating the outer covered terrace which in itself extends its view endlessly towards the Inga Valley, the site of Ecuador´s first human settlements.

It was built in 75 days, optimizing resources to reduce costs to a mínimum, despite the difficult access to the projects location.

The construction technology used, fuses the metal framework with load- bearing brick masonry. A contemporary effect is achieved with the use of ancestral resources such as handcrafted clay bricks made at the same location with clay soil from the ground.

In the Inner architectural design, the need to close and shield the house on all fronts when the owners are not present was taken into account by creating a system of sliding gates designed to also hide from view within the same structures of the house when open.

Water is scarce in this region and there is no drinking water supply. It doesn´t rain for half of the year , therefore rain water is collected from the roof in an artificial grotto dug next to the house which is then complemented by a system of cisterns that collect water through integrated gutters placed in strategic areas of the land, which in turn help with the reforestation of the site.

This project demonstrates how it is possible to solve the need to build a weekend house in a rural area with a unique and simple volume using honest traditional and contemporary materials, and without hiding constructive elements, generating efficiency and synthetism consistent with a sustainable idea.

Bernardo Bustamante

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

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El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

El Guarango House by Bernardo Bustamante in Quito, Ecuador

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White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Project: White Line
Architects: Nravil Architects
Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan
Area: 3,229 sqft
Photographs by: Mussabekova Ulbossyn

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White Line by Nravil Architects

Nravil Architectsa Kazakhstan-based architecture studio, completed its design for the elegant White Line residence that overlooks the cityscape of Almaty, Kazakhstan.
This 3,229 square foot home sits on a nearly flat site, which made the construction a lot easier since only minimal excavations were performed during the process. One of the most unique features of this home is its exterior design which is formed by a concrete frame coated with a smooth white lime plaster.

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

We like to make the house as simple as possible and at the same time interesting. The building is located in a landscape of unique beauty. The main goal was to develop the project without harming the natural landscape. The exterior of the house is conceived, that would look different from different sides and due to this you can enjoy the view of a non-repetitive exterior.

Appearance and interior support the same color, emphasizing the severity and unity of the house. Panoramic energy-saving windows from both sides of the house evoke a feeling of complete openness and privacy with nature. The glass has a reflective property from the outside to reflect trees and clouds, so the house merges as much as possible with the surrounding environment. You can go on the balcony in the morning to drink coffee, enjoy a panoramic view of the horizon and fresh air.

The interior of the house is simple. Monochromatic white color in the interior allows to maximize the sense of space and not to strain the person, to feel clean and relax comfortably.

There were minimal excavations at the construction of the house, as the current relief of the site was perfect. The house stands on stilts. The frame of the house is a concrete structure, which is isolated from the outside and then covered with a flexible, smooth white lime plaster.

Nravil Architects

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

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White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

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17 Awesome Modern Balcony Designs You’re Gonna Love

The modern balcony can substitute your living room when it comes to some of the lounging activities, considering the weather outside allows it. But as with everything else, a well designed modern balcony is going to drag you outside. It will make you want to spend as much time as possible in its comfort while not being confined within four walls.
Depending on the space that you have at your disposal, the modern balcony can even provide a dining area, but most commonly, it is a small space typically offering a couple of sitting options and a beautiful view.

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Welcome to a new collection of modern designs in which we’ve featured 17 Awesome Modern Balcony Designs You’re Gonna Love. Feel free to explore them below and remember as you go through them that some of these ideas may very well work in your home.
If you find yourself inspired by such ideas, then you should take a look at the rest of the modern designs of outdoor areas that we’ve featured in our showcase of the modern style. There’s plenty of modern designs such as the modern entranceporchdeckpatio, and landscape. Enjoy!

1. Modern Balcony

2. TK House

3. Villa Boscana

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4. Jungle House

5. Modern Balcony

6. Villa in Dormagen

7. Madrid Residence

8. Modern Balcony

9. Krailling House

10. Villa Munsöterrassen

11. Modern Balcony Decor

12. Haus K II

13. Mill Valley Residence

14. Modern Balcony

15. Paramount Bay

16. Parkside Residences

17. Seaside Residence

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16 Irresistible Modern Sunroom Designs That Will Secure Its Place In Your Home

There are plenty of people out there that consider the sunroom an extinct room in the modern homes but as usual, we are here to prove otherwise. The modern sunroom is a very viable addition or extension of your modern home, but not for reasons that it first came into existence.
Back then when there were no air conditioners, the sunroom or conservatory was the living room replacement during the summer. Nowadays, the modern sunroom is more of an indoor-outdoor place. In other words, if your home is surrounded by a beautiful natural environment or you have a well-landscaped yard, the modern sunroom will enable you to enjoy it regardless of the weather outside.

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Welcome to a new collection of interior designs in which we have featured 16 Irresistible Modern Sunroom Designs That Will Secure Its Place In Your Home. 
Browse through the designs that we thought could inspire you and you will see that your home really lacks a modern sunroom. If you’re wondering about how it can fit in a modern home, then take a look at the rest of the interior designs of our modern style showcase, featuring the modern kitchenbathroombedroomliving roomdining roomhome officekids’ roomhome barstaircase, and hallway. Enjoy!

1. Modern Sunroom

2. Cascade Modern

3. NT house

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4. Modern Conservatory

5. Rockingham Residence

6. Luxurious modern sunroom

7. Mt Rain House

8. Hillbrook Drive Residence

9. Modern sunroom with sliding glass walls

10. Mosman

11. Tarrytown Pavilion

12. Large modern sunroom with a dining table

13. Elegant conservatory

14. Miami Penthouse

15. Soskin Residence

16. South Beach

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Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Project: Tower House
Architects: Andersson Wise Architects
Location: Austin, Texas, USA
Photographs by: Art Gray

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Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects

Andersson Wise Architects have designed a modern residence in Austin, Texas, called the Tower House, for obvious reasons.
This tower shaped dwelling is a result of the client’s request for a larger home with additional bedrooms, baths and living areas. Instead of extending the old limestone cabin, the architects decided to create a brand new vertical home that rises up out of the forest, providing stunning views of Lake Travis.

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

In considering an addition to the original, stone lodge at this Lake Travis property, the notion of a tower was born out of several factors: taking advantage of views, minimizing the footprint on the site, and accommodating the rising flood plain elevation.

There are a few small limestone cabins from the 1930’s located along Lake Travis, the longest of the Highland Lakes that terrace the hill country west of Austin, and they are used primarily in the summer. One such cabin sits on a slope rising from the water under a canopy of native oaks and cedars. It had one large room, a little sleeping room, a kitchen, and a porch facing the water.

Our clients requested two additional bedrooms with baths and a living area for larger groups to gather. We chose to locate the new sleeping quarters in a separate tower. Two small bedrooms occupy the first and second floors. Above, a third level terrace opens to a panorama of the lake and distant rolling hills. On this terrace, some thirty feet above the ground, even the hottest summer afternoon can be enjoyed under a roof open to the prevailing breezes blowing in from the lake. The original stone cabin is now juxtaposed with a vertical tower of wood, rising up out of the forest and into the bright Texas sky. The Tower draws you up to see the lake, barely visible at ground level through the thicket of trees.

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Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

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Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

Tower House by Andersson Wise Architects in Austin, Texas

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Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Project: Penthouse V
Architects: Destilat
Location: Pörtschach am Wörthersee, Carinthia, Austria
Area: 2,690 sq ft
Photographs by: Courtesy of Destilat

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Penthouse V by Destilat

The Penthouse V is a redesign project by Austrian firm DestilatThis 2,690 square feet apartment is located above a once well-known cinema in  Pörtschach, designed in 1930.
Right now, it is a holiday home of a German family consisting of seven members. Its interior is created with bright floors, lavish, white surfaces and cozy grey tones. This is the foundation of its contemporary, serene atmosphere.

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

In the course of the revitalisation of the former Werzer cinema in Pörtschach, which was designed by the well-known “Wörthersee-Architect” Franz Baumgartner in 1930, parts of the roof truss were raised to make room for a spacious penthouse.

This 250m2 apartment has become the holiday home of a German business family of seven. Bright floors, cosy grey tones, and lavish white surface areas are the sound foundation of this apartment’s serene, harmonious atmosphere.

The centre of the apartment is a spacious living room with the so-called “camouflage kitchen”, which was also designed by destilat. The fronts of this kitchen are furnished with eternit panels. Its drawers have slightly slanted angles. This fresh design element becomes a welcome counterpoint to the relaxed atmosphere of the apartment. A lighting circle hovers above this central point of the living area and further highlights its atmospheric effect.

The kids’ comfortable bedrooms, a guest room and a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom are grouped around a spacious, central living room.

One of this project’s central challenges was to highlight the big and up to six metres high main room in its entirety while creating a cosy and comfortable atmosphere at the same time.

But much effort was also put in the selection of other materials and furniture elements to ensure their practical and user-friendly properties meet the daily requirements of a big family – they have to be kid-friendly and therefore as durable as possible.

The design concept is inspired by structures, textures, and the dynamics of roofscapes. It also pays tribute to a specific feature of Austrian post-war architecture by incorporating milled eternit façade panels as furniture fronts far beyond the central kitchen area, which was another tricky challenge, since a one square metre eternit panel weighs up to 13 kilograms.

Destilat

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

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Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

Penthouse V by Destilat in Carinthia, Austria

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House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

Project: House N
Architects: Estudio GM ARQ
Location: Belen de Escobar, Argentina
Area: 3,444 sq ft
Photographs by: Alejandro Peral

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House N by Estudio GM ARQ

Estudio GM ARQ is the Argentinian architecture studio that designed the House N for a client who is a car enthusiast. The design aims to channel the owner’s passions about their vehicles which is the reason behind the prominence of the garage that also serves as a showroom.
The exterior design of the house is quite simple and minimalistic, basically, it is a white box supported on volumes of exposed concrete while the interior is designed with an open plan, creating a social area on the ground floor that consists of the kitchen and a big living room. The upper floor is where the bedrooms and the bathroom are placed, all of which have stunning views of the nearby lagoon.

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

In the beginning, this house was planned as a weekend residence, but with the progress of the project, the owners were enthusiastic about transforming it into a permanent home. So, certain sectors were expanded, but the original proposal of a white box supported on volumes of exposed concrete, remained.

In order to channel one of the owner’s passions, the garage was given a special prominence, separating it from the rest of the house and designing it so that it could also function as a mechanical workshop and as an exhibition space for vehicles.

The rest of the project included the design of the public area on the ground floor, formed by the kitchen, the big living-room and an en suite bedroom for eventual guests, which also functions as a TV and rest room.

The upper floor houses the children’s bedrooms with a shared bathroom and the main suite, with large dimensions and a careful design in the bathroom, which takes advantage of the views to the lagoon.

Estudio GM ARQ

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

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House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

House N by Estudio GM ARQ in the Buenos Aires Province of Argentina

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