View House by JOHNSTONMARKLEE; photo by Gustavo Frittegotto
Striking, surprising and decidedly out-of-the-ordinary, this concrete 3200-square-foot View House is not an archetypal nondescript suburban development. Concurrently curvilinear and angular, the project has been realised by the LA-practice JOHNSTONMARKLEE and is located on the outskirts of the Argentinian city of Rosario. (more…)
'JD House' by BAK arquitectos, photo by Gustavo Sosa Pinilla
Last year the Buenos Aires based architectural practice BAK arquitectos finished this massive single family villa on a sloped lot in the forest around the Argentinean capital.
'Las Lomas House' by Estudio Ramos, photo by Eduardo Torres
This broad 635-square-meter home amidst a dense foliage of aged trees was designed by the Buenos Aires based architectural practice Estudio Ramos. Its massive construction, especially the front façade is characterised by beams, slabs, column, and walls of reinforced concrete and builds a strong contrast to the back elevation, which is practically all glass.