The initial premise of this residential project was that it be located in the highest part of the lot, to make the most of the views towards the western mountains. With a positive slope of more than 35%, it was necessary to generate a ramp for vehicular access, this ramp crosses the front of the lot diagonally.
Federico Urfer Arquitecto
La Cuesta, La Calera, Córdoba, Argentina
Rodrigo Bonnardel, Brian Moreno, María Santacruz, Sofía Carena
The cottages are located on the outskirts of the city of Cosquín, in a new district called “El Condado”, which borders the River on one of its edges. This new neighborhood sits quite aggressively on the side of the mountain, in many cases destroying the characteristic natural landscape of the area.
Architecture in movement: In the heart of the city of Buenos Aires, we create a new icon. In a low-density neighborhood we managed to fit 240 m2 covered, with large internal & external connection spaces.
The house unfolds among a profuse trees vegetation, reason why detecting the voids available became a priority, being these the configuring spaces of the social area of the house, while towards north the rectangular prism of private areas was disposed, both connected through a circulation surrounding the main courtyard.
Las Marías House
Santiago Viale and Associates
Cordoba Capital, Córdoba, Argentina
Daniella Beviglia, Daniela Iciksonas
Florencia Esteban, Tito Maximiliano Gonza, Juan Macías, Eduardo Storaccio
Santiago Viale Beviglia; Consultants: Jose Manuela Viale
This house built in a 1600 m² (17222.26 ft²) lot is located in a gated community in the city of Córdoba. The house is on the front of the lot, and complies with the required front and lateral setbacks. The L-shaped ground floor includes the social, service and parking areas, and the upper floor holds the bedrooms.
Brat Arquitectos (Marcos Tortone - Cecilia Tortone)
The chorizo house is a type of dwelling used in the past in Argentina. It is presented as a succession of rooms or enclosures that, with similar dimensions, are linked to each other along a longitudinal axis and are oriented towards a gallery or patio, from which they obtain lighting and ventilation.