This house located in a beach area in Buenos Aires, Argentina was built as a holiday residence for its owners by Estudio Galera on a plot of over 1,000 m2. Its exterior, made of stone, concrete, and glass walls, hides in a lush forest that shelters and gives it privacy.
Its extended outdoor areas include a swimming pool surrounded by beautiful gardens and from where we have direct access to a terrace decorated with outdoor furniture, an excellent place to share with friends and family.
The interior is lined by concrete walls which, far from making the décor seem dark or uninviting for their rusticity, create a luminous and tasteful space, owing mainly to the copious natural light that enter the rooms through the glass windows.
The living room, populated by a sofa together and two Barcelona style chairs, is accompanied by modern hanging lamps
The modern kitchen with wood and granite countertops and white furniture is encased by glass walls, thus enjoying a wonderful view to the outside.
In the evenings, the place looks spectacular, the lights of the house filter through the glass walls and flood the garden, where the swimming pool lies quiet, waiting for the dawn of a new day.