Four hours away from Buenos Aires, there used to be a plot of land parallel to the sea occupying a virgin sand dune. Luciano Kruk Arquitectos was commissioned to exploit this terrain's topography to design a Summer house that would establish a harmonious dialogue with the place's natural surroundings.
Nestled in maritime pines, Costa Esmeralda is intentionally placed amid the woods – beyond the minimum distances required by regulations to capture the place's immanent atmosphere – to award more interior privacy and structure protection from the free environment.
Through a narrow staircase you'll find yourself spoiled in an open, bright area serving as the main floor. This design is privacy-complemented with a quadrangular floorplan offering personal retreat rooms in each corner.
Don't forget a pair of stylish trunks when you find the rooftop. Grasped by the pines' canopies, a swimming pool awaits where views in all directions are always welcomed.
The wooden-clad deck is also furnished with a shower area embellished by the sight of South American sea. Not bad, right?
Luciano Kruk Arquitectos Summer House
The team from Luciano Kruk Arquitectos put together the sleekest Argentinian box we've laid our eyes on – strongly merging its designed flow and mystical ambiance. Wouldn't we all like to Summer here.....