*콘크리트 하우스 [ Felipe Gonzalez Arzac ] residence in La Plata

아르헨티나 지역 건축가 Felipe Gonzalez Arzac가 디자인한 하우스는 콘크리트 물성의 적나라한 모습을 볼 수 있는 담백한 집입니다. 탈형된 거푸집의 흔적을 지우지 않고, 디자인 요소로 사용된 모습을 볼 수 있습니다.

풍부한 외부자연환경과 대비를 이루는 직사각형태의 건물은 내부로 수렴된 중정형 평면이 특징입니다. 외부의 극단적인 미니멀한 디자인과는 달리 중정으로 면한 내부는 전창을 이용, 막힘없는 열린 공간으로 구성되어 있습니다.


A plant-filled courtyard and a long swimming pool feature behind the board-marked concrete walls of this residence in La Plata, Argentina, designed by local architect Felipe Gonzalez Arzac.


Felipe Gonzalez Arzac completed Casa Closed in a residential area of La Plata – the capital city of Buenos Aires Province – called City Bell.

From the street, the residence has a severe exterior comprised of concrete walls textured by the imprints of wooden boards. This result is known as board-marked concrete.

Inside, the 190-square-metre home opens up around a central courtyard. Glazing wraps the yard offering views of the greenery and plenty of natural light.

"Its totally blind facade and its open sides give a particular visual impact, generating the sensation of being a completely dark house inside, without much connection with the outside," said Felipe Gonzalez Arzac in a project description.

"However, it is the opposite effect that is generated when entering the house, which is decomposed and perforated almost entirely with a large courtyard as a compositional center," the studio continued.

"Both create a home that generates two very opposite situations, one from the outside and a very different inside," it added.

The central patio is joined by a smaller yard cut out of the front corner of the one-storey residence to form the main entrance. This leads into an L-shaped volume that wraps around central patio.

An open-plan kitchen, living and dining room is placed to the rear of the house. Sliding glass doors also run along the rear wall of the property and open up to a long swimming pool in the back garden.


from dezeen

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