A modern and minimalist concrete house nestled in a pine forest on Argentina’s Costa Esmeralda.
After the last article about a divided house in Tibau do Sul, Brazil, here comes another great example of a raw concrete house. This exceptional residence on Argentina’s Costa Esmeralda was designed by architect Luciano Kruk. The modern and minimalist home is nestled in a pine forest down by the sea. Its raw concrete structure comprises an open social area as well as four bedrooms and ensuites. The house is placed on pillars in order to respect the natural topography of the terrain. With two separate areas and a swimming pool, the rooftop provides plenty of space for relaxation. The use of raw concrete creates a sophisticated interaction with the rectilinear shapes of the house. A fully glazed facade at the front provides a great view and natural light throughout the entire social space.
Each room inside the house is characterized by the use of raw concrete along with straight forms. All furnishings have been chosen wisely with an eye for detail and simplicity. Due to its spatial synthesis based on simple shapes and raw materials, the architect has designed a house that awakens the perceptions of its inhabitants. See more of Luciano Kruk’s outstanding work on his website.
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