Homes: Casa SV by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos
Casa SV by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos
The three-bedroom house, named Casa SV, is set within a wooded area of the coastal town of Pinamar, 200 miles south of Buenos Aires.
This rural Argentinian home by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos was built from intersecting slabs of timber-imprinted concrete and sheets of glass (+ slideshow).
The shell of the building has begun to weather and stain green in places, toning the concrete with its natural surroundings. Two sheets of glass box in the living room, creating a transparent section through the middle of the building.
Interior walls and ceilings feature the same timber impressions as the exterior, but floors and surfaces have been polished smooth.
An en-suite master bedroom and kitchen occupy one end of the rectangular building, with two guest bedrooms and a bathroom at the opposite end. The glazed living room is sandwiched between the two spaces.
In this open-plan living room, wooden chairs are positioned around a wood burning stove to form a sitting area at one end of the space.