Nestled in a forest off Argentina’s Costa Esmeralda is Casa 14, a minimalistic structure consisting mostly of exposed concrete and built by Luciano Kruk. A nearly 2,000-square-foot holiday home for the Argentinean architect and his girlfriend, the residence is a single-floor box enclosed in concrete sides and glass fronts and backs for optimum views of the surrounding pine trees and water, with an overall clean and bare aesthetic. The interior presents an open concept with nothing but floating concrete stairs, which lead up to the rooftop deck and pool, separating the kitchen and living room. Four bedrooms and private bathrooms are situated in the four corners of the house and soaked in natural lighting from skylights. Take a look at the stunningly minimal home in the photos above.
- Design Boom
- Daniela Mac Adden