House M by Estudio Aire is situated in the sparsely populated landscape of Rosario, the Santa Fe province in Argentina. The looming concrete structure strikes a formidable shape across the landscape, while simultaneously providing a spacious interior which is filled with light thanks to a manipulation of the natural light that floods through the skylights. The simple rectangular base creates two different heights within the structure to create a definition between areas, as well as providing an additional feeling of space. The communal activities of the house are situated within the main section of the building, which makes use of the floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, and allows seclusion for the more private sections of the home. It seems there’s a real trend for horizontal, minimalist homes occurring, after the triangular-shaped Maison A3 by Vincent Coste.