Agua House Brings The Holiday Vibe In The Suburbs Of Buenos Aires

With looks resembling more like a holiday residence, Agua House makes its owners, a couple without kids, happy to live in such a marvelous place. Located in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, Argentina, and designed by Barrionuevo Sierchuk Arquitectas, the 4,840 square foot house sits on a 21,530 square foot site.

The first floor is for big reception areas opened and closed by sliding doors connecting to the rear outdoor space, where a swimming pool surrounded by wooden decks and green vegetation appears. The main advantage of the crystal facades is that they let the landscape be observed all the time. At the second floor, there’s the master bedroom and a little bedroom for guests.

Two stone walls have been the center point in the design and the stone color is the primary color in the pallet of the house.

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