The Golf House in an exclusively designed concrete home in Buenos Aires made from a series of boxes stacked overtop one another. The modular appearance of the exterior complements the modern architectural design inside as the concrete material is used in both aspects of the contemporary home.
The elusive Golf House garners its name from sitting on top of a golf course, offering stellar views of the green fields through its floor-to-ceiling windows. The home is made from a series of large-scale concrete boxes stacked together to form two levels of the home and offer multiple rooms. The space offers an open-concept layout, luxurious large bedrooms, concrete floors, wooden panel walls and access to several decks to enjoy the views of the course.