Luciano Kruk Has Completed A New Wood And Concrete House In Argentina

Architect Luciano Kruk has designed a new single storey concrete and wood house in Costa Esmeralda, Buenos Aires, for their clients, a couple with kids. #Concrete #Wood #ModernHouse

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Architect Luciano Kruk has designed a new single storey concrete and wood house in Costa Esmeralda, Buenos Aires, Argentina, for their clients, a couple with kids.

 

Their clients requested that the house should have less concrete than their other projects, and as a result, dark wood elements were included in the design. At the front of the house, a sloped pathway leads to the front door.

At the front of this modern concrete and wood house, a sloped pathway leads to the door. #ModernConcreteHouse #Architecture

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Inside, board formed concrete has been used for the walls, ceiling and shelving elements, while large floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors allow natural light to flood the interior of the home.


Inside this modern house, board formed concrete has been used for the walls, ceiling and shelving elements, while large floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors allow natural light to flood the interior of the home. #BoardFormedConcrete #Fireplace #LivingRoom

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Sharing the same space as the living room is the kitchen. Smooth concrete was combined with high-gloss black cabinets for a modern and simple appearance.


Smooth concrete was combined with high-gloss black cabinets for a modern and simple kitchen. #ConcreteKitchen #BlackCabinets #ConcreteCounters

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

A hallway leads from behind the fireplace in the living room to the bedrooms, with two smaller bedrooms at one end, and at the other end of the hallway is the master bedroom, that features a kiri wood accent wall, an open wardrobe and sliding doors that open to a deck.


This modern master bedroom features a wood accent wall, an open wardrobe and sliding doors that open to a deck. #ExposedCloset #Concrete #Bedroom

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

The roof of the home overhangs the wood deck, providing shade for the bedroom.


The roof of this modern concrete home overhangs the wood deck, providing shade for the bedroom. #Deck #ConcreteHouse

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden

Here’s a look at the rear of the home, that shows where the architects used common pine wood treated with burnt oil, to break up the use of concrete.


the architects used common pine wood treated with burnt oil, to break up the use of concrete on this modern house. #ModernHouse #WoodExterior #ConcreteHouse

Photography by Daniela Mac Adden | Architect: Luciano Kruk | Project Manager: Arch. Belén Ferrand |Construction Manager: Arq. Leandro Rossi – Dan Saragusti | Collaborators: Arch. Andrés Conde Blanco – Denise Andreoli

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