JD House + BAK Architects

June 17th, 2010




Once again I’ve landed on BAK Architects website. Their work is quite amazing regardless if some of their architectural designs are repetitive. It’s these summer houses made mainly with concrete and in clear wooded areas that really catch me. In my post here, I mentioned that Local construction codes of Mar Azul, Argentina prevent the remove of trees.

Cement houses like this always seem rather dry internally and could benefit from some soft, comfortable furniture pieces. It might soften up the interior and feel more like a place you’d want to live.

Photography by Gustavo Sosa Pinilla & Images via The Contemporist.





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