House DMM by Santiago Cordeyro Architects

Located in Barrio Esteban Echeverría, Buenos Aires, Argentina, the DMM House has 420 square meters and some very pure forms. It is dominated by a large central triple height space, bathed in light for its large glass panels, which connects all the rooms of the various plants by independent pedadas step taken to a concrete wall with openings round as a major protagonist.

In turn, this central space connecting the front to the back with the addition of the pool that gets inside the house to become a mirror of water with the same function as it ends in a whirlpool. The closure of the interior and the water was solved by a huge stainless steel paneling and glass guillotine closing balances in the water.

A highly integrated reception and generous dimensions 12.5 x 7.00 which contains the living room, dining room, indoor grill, sink and kitchen with indoor and central protagonist. At the front is a multifunctional space as it is a multimedia desktop or TV industry, Playstation, computers and music.


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