A Cabin In The Woods By Luciano Kruk

Nestled into the peaceful woodlands on a 210 sq m plot not far from the Argentinian coastline is architect Luciano Kruk’s H3 House.

Taking the form of a comforting concrete cabin designed according to strict client requirements, H3 House was built to be in harmony with its dramatic natural surroundings. The house comprises of two main areas: one larger social space, and a private section with two bedrooms that share an ensuite. With floor-to-ceiling glass windows offsetting the concrete wall exterior, the home is at once open and cosy. “The layout of the house is the result of an architectural synthesis of the [clients’] intentions and desires,” explain the architects. “In its minimum scale, the house rises by its own will, but also integrates itself respectfully with its surroundings, both natural and human-built.”

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All images © Daniela Mac Adden

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