Architect Luciano Kruk has designed this beautiful contemporary home in the coastal town of Pinamar in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The house is comprised of three stacked volumes of unfinished concrete overlooking a golf course.
The lower level of the home is built into the side of the hill to minimize the mass of the structure.
Inside, a minimalist design and neutral palette allow the views to take the center stage.
The open floor plan provides a comfortable multi-use living space.
An enormous sliding curtain wall of glass minimizes the distinction between the indoors and out. The roof of the sunken lower level provides the platform for an outdoor living space.
The unfinished concrete used in the home has aesthetic and structural uses.
Wood was used to break up the concrete and to warm up the space.