relax poolside at casa as in buenos aires by alric galindez architects
 
relax poolside at casa as in buenos aires by alric galindez architects relax poolside at casa as in buenos aires by alric galindez architects
aug 02, 2015

relax poolside at casa as in buenos aires by alric galindez architects

relax poolside at casa as in buenos aires by alric galindez architects
image: mauricio fuentes

 

 

 

alric galindez architects’ ‘casa as’ sits on the edge of an expansive golf course in buenos aires, argentina. the residence is separated into two floors, with continuous glass lines running vertically across its entirety. an aesthetic feature, the linear window panes also protect the home from whatever stray balls may fly its way. all views in the home are oriented towards the course rather than the road in front, thus all frequently-used spaces are located as near to that side as possible.

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street side 
image: alric galindez

 

 

 

‘casa as’ has a minimal material palette which includes textured stucco, cement flooring, iron window frames, and natural woods. interior and exterior choices are the same, creating a sense of continuity between inside rooms and the home’s three covered outdoor areas. covering for said places, are provided by the cantilevered second floor, which extends itself over the entrance, and two back patios.

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indoor/outdoor living room area 
image: mauricio fuentes


kitchen 
image: mauricio fuentes

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house and surroundings 
image: alric galindez

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ground floor

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second floor

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section

 

 

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edited by: nick brink | designboom 

  • Some striking angles to be sure, but dinners situated on that bench seating would be uncomfortable and brief.

    Alaimo says:
  • Quite nice, but a lot of doors on the ground floor. The one between the kitchen and the stair hall needs to open into the stair hall, though. It blocks the aisle in the kitchen and I can see an accident waiting to happen when you open it.

    DetailBear says:

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