Argentinian studio BAK Arquietctos appear to have specialized in designing and creating concrete homes in some uncommon locations. This project, located in the maritime woods of Mar Azul, is no exception. The topography of the internet site somehow imposed the orientation of the constructing, which follows the organic slope of the land that runs diagonally to the plot.The short from the owners requested a footprint of about 100 square meters and a more relaxed, less conventional shape and layout. They also requested two bedrooms and outdoor spaces to be integrated into the style. The outcome is a pavilion concrete and glass structure that develops diagonally to the web site and has 4 semi-levels. These 4 semi levels represent modules with quite certain functions, and are connected to each other by a flight of 3 stairs, which make the height distinction among 1 level and the subsequent.The primary entrance was developed at the level of the dining space module. From there 1 can circulate upwards to the two bedroom modules or downwards to the sitting region. Two wooden decks have been developed on each and every side of the property, at the level of the living modules. These two platforms seem to anchor the residence to the ground and avoid it from sliding down the slope.
The style aims to integrate the developing to the internet site and to have a minimal impact on it. This is accomplished by letting the residence comply with the all-natural slope and by utilizing a limited quantity of supplies. The facades are made in concrete formed by wooden planks, which resembles the texture and colour of the surrounding trees. The exact same trees are reflected by the glass surfaces, as a result integrating the developing into the forest.
The design and style integrates the surrounding trees and appears to have been built about them, in a really friendly way and with minimum deforestation.
Some tress look to be leaning against the home, even though other folks merely pierce by way of the decks and roofs.
The bedrooms are placed in the two greater modules, towards the back of the property. The bed is framed by floor to ceiling glazed walls and seems to in fact be outside in the middle of the forest.
The living location of the house is situated in the two reduce modules, and has exits on both sides to wooden decks. There is a lot of constructed-in concrete furniture all through the home and only a few standalone, mobile pieces.
The concrete dining table continues seamlessly from the wall of the kitchen, produced from the same material.
The lowest module ends up with a complete surface glass facade that allows to contemplate the forest subsequent to the constructed in fireplace.
The main entrance is placed at the level of the dining area module, by way of sliding glass doors.
The plank-formed concrete walls are also present on the inside. The couple of interior walls created in hollows bricks are covered in concrete screed in order to stick to the same notion.