Golf House by Luciano Kruk Arquitectos

Dec 30, 2015

Category: Living

The Golf House, designed by Luciano Kruk Architects, is defined by three blocks that all come together to create one gorgeous structure, and it sits on the Buenos Aires golf course.

Because of the unique layout of the three blocks, the home notably contains two separate decks, one on the top floor and one in the middle. Each of the blocks is created using concrete. The bottom and top floors are perpendicular to the middle floor. The top floor contains the master suite, the middle floor holds the kitchen, dining, and living areas, and the bottom floor houses guest bedrooms and baths. The middle and top floors contain floor-to-ceiling windows that bring in glorious rays of sunshine during the day. At night, modern lighting illuminates the home.

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