A Golf House In Buenos Aires

Architect Luciano Kruk and collaborators have slabbed together a ‘rest home’ topographically in the highest neighborhood of Costa Esmeralda called Golf House.

The 274 square-meter concrete, wood, and glassed home was designed and desired for a couple “constituting a haven of calm” the architect envisions. To manage all weather conditions, the house was proactively insulated with Kiri wood (the same wood to soften the backboard of the beds) and heated floors to make the concrete bearable in the winter. In all, the entire house is strategically planted –between sand dune and vegetation– to make sure privacy and all-year weather is not a problem.

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All images © Luciano Kruk
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