Argentinian studio 'Alarciaferrer Arquitectos' designed a stunning lakeside pavilion that features two transparent glass facades. When it comes to water-front homes, the view is nearly as important as the home itself. This contemporary cottage demonstrates how architects can maximize a beautiful view in unexpected ways.
The home is located in the heart of a eucalyptus forest, which lies on the shore of Argentina's Lake Los Molinos. The home is designed to resemble a suspended bridge and connects one side of the ravine to the other. The building itself features two glass facades that work to counter balance the concrete exterior. The glass walls also provide beautiful views of the forest and lakefront. As the architects explain, "The place is a privileged landscape where the eucalyptus forest provides a unique atmosphere."
The stunning lakefront property demonstrates one way of incorporating a contemporary home into a unconventional landscape.