Location: Cariló, Pinamar Partido, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina
Project size: 2,500 square feet
Site size: 13,600 square feet
Program: The clients commissioned the architects to create a vacation home with ocean views, sheltered from harsh winds. The house is a short walk from the beach.
Solution: A large rectilinear volume rests on a triangular piloti and offers unobstructed views and a solarium-like atmosphere for the living spaces within. Perpendicular to it is a smaller, lower volume for bedrooms. The living room, which has floor-to-ceiling glass walls, overlooks the sea on one side, and a private garden on the other. An outdoor stair leads from that level to a lookout perch on the roof.
Construction and materials: The structure is poured-in-place, board-formed concrete, with dark bronze anodized aluminum trim around openings.
Completion date: July 2018
Luciano Kruk arquitectos, Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina -
Personnel in architect’s firm who should receive special credit:
Project Manager: Arch. Belén Ferrand
Construction Manager: Arch. Leandro Rossi, Arch. Fernando Casaux Alsina, Dan Saragusti
Collaborators: Denise Andreoli
Daniela Mac Adden
Insulated-panel or plastic glazing: DVH: Aberturas Nivel
Entrances: Aberturas Nivel
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