Minimalism, luminosity and warmth is what distinguishes this home anchored in Abril Club de Campo. The constructive aspect was one of the most important issues of the project: the marbles are doubled with the air chamber and are drilled where necessary, and the aluminum carpentries with DVH and RPT collaborate in a significant energy saving.
At the same time, to avoid humidity problems and contribute to the thermal isolation, the house was raised about 30 cm from the level of the land, leaving an air chamber on the entire surface of contact with the ground.
The aesthetics was solved with austerity to enhance, by contrast, the large dimensions, the noble materials and the several floor-to-ceiling windows. On the other hand, the treatment of plaster IGGAM in neutral color and the carpentries with natural anodized make reference to the classic architecture of the private neighborhoods in Buenos Aires.
The main rooms were covered with Lapacho timber floors that provide warmth, and the service areas used reconstituted white granite tiles for easy cleaning, maintenance and durability.
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