View House by Johnston MarkLee

View House by Johnston MarkLee

Diego Arraigada Architects and Johnston MarkLee are the guys behind the View House. Located in Rosario, Argentina, it’s a contemporary residential design that gets the eye with its irregular cast concrete contour that also “hides” it well withing the lush landscape. Built on a restricted site, scarred by fire and unstable geologic conditions, this modern two-storey house features a minimalist interior on a backdrop of white and large windows for natural light. It’s a great design exercise.

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  • Photographer May 19, 2009 at 16:58 PMLogin to Reply →

    posts like this are why i read freshome

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