This Sustainable Lagoon House Implements Amazing Architecture

By: Riley von Niessen - May 16, 2016
References: bamarquitectura & design-milk
'BAM! architecture,' a company that combines the talents of Matias Mosquera and Gonzalo Bardach, designed the CG342 House using some amazing architecture techniques. The small home was built in Argentina, in the confines of a private golf club.

Made up of rectangular boxes, the minimalist home looks onto a lagoon on the golf course and has large windows and massive sliding glass doors to let in light and provide stunning views of the carefully cared for landscape. BAM! architecture used angles to its advantage by arranging the boxes that make up the house strategically to allow for the most natural lighting possible.

This is also done with the open-concept staircase that allows light to pour in to the downstairs even more. Making use of the flat roofs of the house, the CG342 House features a garden and a beautiful terrace on top of it -- these are just a few of the amazing architecture techniques the company uses for this project.