Build on a floor of 320 m2, this subsequent one household home by G2 Estudio in Argentina was named the Ribbon House. It has a really uncommon form; each nook and each angle appears to inform a narrative. A mixture of stone and wooden types the surface of the house. Diagonal columns and home windows function putting inside particulars.
Surprising strains all all through the house categorical the necessity for a unique structure that connects all of the rooms in the home: “The juxtaposition of the totally different volumes between the general public and personal areas of the home, the social and household life, provides place to a dynamic stroll-by means of whereas the customers go to the totally different situations of the home.” A dynamic combo of criss-crossed strains within the partitions, home windows and columns create a contemporary and playful inside.
Deeply elegant and rustic residence in Argentina: Paulita House
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