Built in
Ostend, Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Testa elusive from the beginning any attempt to create a house “integrated landscape” in a sense mimetic.


Built on an old batch that allowed to sell parts of the beach at Ostend, The Lounger is located on the Medan.


The house stands out starkly as a volume cubic feet tall on conical concrete, which is considered an accessory volume side terrace and a balcony with access from the beach.

The main volume is significantly topped by a sort of giant ladder whose rungs are made up of segments that arise from dividing the square of the plant into eight triangles, forming a spiral path to enjoy the sea and forests.


The ground floor is a unique environment where he is staying, the dining room and kitchen, with a separate area for placards that serves as a possible guest room. On the first floor there is only one bedroom next to a swimming pool inside, which gives a window oriented to the north. From the bedroom you can go out and walk the terrace which is going up in the form of snail, reaching the highest point, which is located a second pool frequently in the summer.



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