Situated among a pine forest in Pinamar, Argentina, Batin House is a vacation home fit to various occupants’ needs. Designed by Estudio Galera, the house comprises two overlapping boxes positioned on top of each other in an ‘L’ format to create two separate spaces. The ground floor includes a semi-covered garage and living, dining and kitchen areas, while the upper floor houses three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The bare concrete facade is carried across to internal walls, creating a raw element to the residence. Stylistic openings in the concrete roof allow for interesting shadows to play across the house, creating a dynamic feel as it changes over the course of the day.
- Source: Arch Daily