Architect Luciano Kruk designs a house made of three stacked forms of rough unfinished concrete overlooking a golf course in Argentina

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

 

Architect Luciano Kruk, has designed a house located just north of the coastal town of Pinamar, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The home is built overlooking a golf course, on a somewhat sandy dune.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The home has multiple levels, with some aspects of the home being half buried into the sand dune.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The architect designed the house to be built from concrete, and kept it unfinished throughout the home, inside and out.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Inside, a neutral color palette allows the views to take center stage.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Touches of wood break up the concrete.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The home features a somewhat open living floor plan.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

There is a clear sight-line from the living room, to the dining room, to the kitchen.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Walls of windows on both sides, brighten the entire living space.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

There is a deck just off the main living area, that can be accessed through multiple doors.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Here is a close-up look of the stairs in the home.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Just under the stairs is the kitchen, it too has concrete used as its countertops.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The kitchen is home to open-shelves and even more windows.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

This floor to ceiling window perfectly frames the view of the golf course.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Letterbox windows frame the surrounding area.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Wood feature walls can be found in each of the bedrooms.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

A smaller bedroom receives lots of natural light from the windows.

Golf House by Luciano Kruk

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

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