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"Casa Encuentros" focuses on family life and friendships. It proposes to integrate the interior space to the natural environment, achieving balance in daily and social life.
Project name
Casa Encuentros
Architecture firm
DLM Arquitectura
Location
La Florida, San Luis, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte
“Casa Seba” is a summer housing project, located in Tafí del Valle, a holiday villa located at Tucumán, at the northwest of Argentina.
Project name
Seba House
Architecture firm
Etéreo Arquitectos
Location
Tafí del Valle, Tucumán, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte
Project name
M104
Architecture firm
Social Arquitectos
Location
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography
Alejandro Peral
Due to its implementation on a large lot, the San Matias house is organized based on a programmatic layout that takes into account both sunlight and orientation, as well as wide views towards the exterior. The house consists of two levels connected by a main staircase located at the entrance.
Project name
Casa San Matias
Architecture firm
LST Arquitectura
Location
Barrio San Matías, Bernardo de Irigoyen, Belén de Escobar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography
Ramiro Sosa
CMMY is situated near the western edge of Pinamar city on a street that ends in a Cul de Sac, away from the sea and downtown. The house was built on an irregular shaped lot that presented a steep slope on the front and back, bordering a forest that will be plotted sometime in the future.
Project name
CMMY House
Architecture firm
Estudio Galera
Location
Pinamar, Partido County, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography
Diego Medina
Detached house in the neighborhood of Adrogué Chico, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The project intention was to preserve privacy without losing the relationship with nature and its environment.
Project name
Casa AC-89
Architecture firm
LMARQ Arquitectos
Location
Adrogué Chico, Malvinas Argentinas, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography
Alejandro Peral
The house is situated on the edge of a lagoon that occupies part of the 20,000 m2 of the land, aligning one of its faces with a screen of giant eucalyptus trees that frame the work.
Project name
Casa Polo (Polo House)
Architecture firm
OON Architecture
Location
Laguna de Lobos, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Photography
Alejandro Peral
This house arises to order on a weekend house. Like any weekend house, the initial requirement is low maintenance and functionality, that is, well-connected spaces, especially taking advantage of the immediate views towards the lagoon.
Project name
Casa Villalobos
Architecture firm
Además Arquitectura
Location
Barrio Villalobos, Hudson, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography
Gonzalo Viramonte