This is one 1 country house plant, Argentine style, in the great Buenos Aires. It was built in 2013 by architect Fernando Martínez Nespral, with 185 square meters covered.
It has a very beautiful facade of pure lines, which plays generating movements. Walls of bricks revoked, coated in textured terracotta tones that end in classic field moldings finishing off the heights.
The main door, of wood light color, invites a warm welcome to the living-dining room (incorporated).
The covered garage is double and has direct access to the kitchen; comfortable, practical and with an island that also serves as a breakfast bar. The cupboards are several and of white melanin. We chose ceramic floors not so clear, ideal for a high traffic area. The countertops are kept in terracotta tones, but they do not lose luminosity or freshness.
The service room can be used as such, for guests or eventually turn it into a workplace, workshop or desk. As for the bedrooms, the house has a comfortable suite with bathroom and dressing room and two more rooms with a white bathroom, bright and spacious.
Now gallery It is accessed from the living-dining room by comfortable double French doors. It is comfortable and covered, with floors of gray ceramics more suffered and easy to clean. Next door is the grill area, with equal access to the kitchen. It is connected to the pool by braces on the grass. Fenced with wire, parantes and shutter type field gate, in clear quebracho wood. Practical, durable and ideal for the weather.
The construction of this house has costs between low and medium, depending on the size with which it is designed. This proposal of classic argentinian country style, with pure lines and nothing overloaded, helps maintain the general simplicity in interior design and decoration. This enables many options of materials, coatings and furniture, always staying within the budget. I hope you find many inspiring ideas in it. We loved it, so then we leave you with the 360 photos of the facade, and as usual, some interior spaces!
We bring you the photo credits for more information: Luis Abregú - Portal of Architects