Estudio Borrachia

The Holmberg house features a perimetral integral skin through which circulates hot and cold water transforming it into a large radiator type of home

The Holmberg house features a perimetral integral skin through which circulates hot and cold water transforming it into a large radiator type of home Architects: Estudio Borrachia Location: Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina Year: 2017 Area: 1.722 ft²/ 160 m² Photo courtesy: Fernando Schapochnik Description: "The Holmberg house is a...
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