This Argentinian house by local architect Luciano Kruk is the epitome of modernism. The structure is located on the periphery of Buenos Aires and it encompasses a 1,711 square feet of land.
The style and layout of the building are strategically arranged, forming dynamic relationships both internally and externally. Luciano Kruk creates a stunning entrance with a slated wooden entrance. The pool is also seamlessly integrated into the framework of the house. The interior is consciously divided into private and communal living quarters. In addition, the Argentinian house enjoys quite a bit of outdoor green space that warmly contrasts with the concrete material of the structure and its sleek contemporary exterior.
Photo Credits: Daniela Mac Adden
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