Just north of the coastal town of Pinamar in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sits the stacked creation by architect Luciano Kruk. The abode looks over a golf course, and is built on the edge of a sandy dune that gives off a submerged look from different angles, given its multiple level construction.
The rough concrete design gives an unfinished appearance both inside and out, with interior wood elements breaking up the contrasting harshness.
The home offers open plan living and entertaining areas, with floor-to-ceiling windows that create a brightness against the grey. Just want to sit back and relax? Then the jacuzzi-style bathtub is the essential place to take five and enjoy the Argentinean surroundings.
To see more awe-inspiring architecture, check out Olson Kundig’s Studhorse Home in Washington State.
- Source: Contemporist