Fresno House Is The Perfect Summer Refugee Among Trees

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A small house of only 135 square meters surrounded by trees and is the perfect place for summer getaways. Felix Raspall and Federico Papandrea are the two architects responsible for this project completed in 2012 and located in Carilo, Argentina.

The two story house hosts the kitchen, dining and living room and a studio at the ground floor. The space is continued at the second floor, where three bedrooms have access to a generous terrace. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer views over the swimming pool and outdoor terrace. Transparency seems to govern in here, as the house has more glass walls than concrete ones.

Also, outside there’s a covered barbeque that manages to get together the inhabitants for a grill. The design is very modern and the architecture manages to follow geometric direction due to the mature trees on the site, which were spared from being cut down.



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