Concrete House by Vanguarda Architects
Architects: Vanguarda Architects
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Size: 502 sqm
The land’s qualities made it conceivable to arrange the configuration of this weekend house through endless glass façades that are profited by the unfilled zone encompassing it and coordinate expansive visual fields towards the fairway and the prompt environment. The entrance to the house highlights a framing made of lapacho sheets set on a level plane. The house is sorted out around an extremely basic design, made out of two crossed volumes: the first runs parallel to the front, skimming over the living room and the second one runs opposite to the previous and upheld on the main side that has an adjacent neighbour.
With an extensive surface zone of 500 m2 appropriated crosswise over 9 rooms, the ground floor is home to the social area of the house. Here you will locate the lounge room, lounge area, kitchen with breakfast bar, and TV room, too the open air grill and yard.
Every space in the house highlights a unique configuration chose by lifestyle of its proprietors, and stays consistent with the sane current style that is seen in every single corner.
On the upper floor, locate the expert suite with a roomy lavatory and private changing area. At the flip side of the floor, two auxiliary suites are joined by a glass hall that opens onto a gallery, producing a feeling of mix and stream.
The entire house is planned in impeccable congruity, with materials, for example, wood, steel, and glass found all through. The style’s reality is broken by the utilization of splendid hues on a dividers’ percentage, and also on the decorations.
The spaces’ union makes a feeling of unlimited quality, exploiting the earth. creates an interminable spatiality, wich was thought to exploit nature, that closures with a dematerialized encompass that covers the compositional bo