Ezequiel Farca Studio: The Barrancas House is a renovation project for a home originally built in the 1970s. The challenge was to design in a way that would allow the project to be defined by its focus on detail, modernity, and spatial transitions that generate a sense of excitement for users. To take advantage of the privileged location of the residence, full height windows were installed, bringing in natural light and forest views without compromising the comfort and privacy of the residents.
The program includes a movie projection area, wine storage, private gym, two terraces, a pool and a garden. There are also unexpected multifunctional spaces created with mobile lattices, hidden doors, custom-designed furniture, and lighting with an automated system for different user needs.
The selection of materials such as marble, stone, and wood, along with natural colors like dark green and brown, provide an earthy feel that, integrated with the exterior, create a sense of unlimited space. The landscape was designed with plants that are adapted to the local climate, with vertical gardens on the walls. Solar power automation systems for saving water are part of the design.