Utilizing the strong topography of the land, the structure partially conceals its presence within a small clearing in the woods. as much of the forestry was preserved during the construction process, with a balcony platform wrapping around existing trees. the finish of the concrete facade results in a highly textual aesthetic that does not take away from the natural elements of the site. In contrast to the heaviness of the material, horizontally running bands of windows have been sliced out of the surface to maintain a level of lightness to the structure.
Spacious and multifunctional, the communal area rests at the junction of the two prism forms, utilizing the extra vertical space created from the overlap. the slightly private nooks created at the extremities of the layout become a kitchen/bar, lounge, and living space. elevated windows situated at different elevations and directions generate an added sense of depth in addition to making the natural backdrop of the site an integral element to the living atmosphere.
Mar Azul, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Gustavo Sosa Pinilla