Chic Transparent Carrara Residence in Argentina

When you say that you want transparency you often think of something else than a transparent house. One of the latest designs made by Andres Remy Arquitectos is a chic modern house in Pilar, Argentina. This house is special because it has more than a half of the walls made out of glass to offer maximum view to the landscape.

When you watch it from behind you see only walls that protect the people inside from the indiscreet looks of the neighbors. Looking at it from the front left or right all you can see is the house with magnificent finishing of glass walls that allow you to see everything inside. Not only the outdoors walls but the inside walls are made of glass too. The house is a three-story place with 3 bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a deck and a covered terrace.

The decorations are just a few but very chic and elegant permitting the glass walls to do their job. Not only that the house has an outside pool with a table and chairs to sit on as if you wore indoors but it has a small pool inside too. It is very possibly at some point not to know where you are, inside or outside . Anyways the porpouse of the house is to feel like staying outside but with the best comfort ever.{found on contemporist}



Published by in Architecture, on January 19th, 2012

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