The beautiful Carrara House in Pilar, Argentina, was designed by Andres Remy Arquitectos; the home stands two stories high with the walls constructed almost entirely of huge windows that bathe the interior in bright natural light, and let the outside positively flood in.
The seating area also looks out through a low window, reminiscent of a fireplace, towards the entrance steps; we guess in an open sociable space like this, it’s probably useful to keep an eye out for approaching feet of party guests!
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To continue the inside-outside feel, the architect has included a decorative indoor pool as part of a large yet understated water feature which reflects an adjacent pool out on the patio; a waterfall against a transparent pane of glass cascades all the way from the second floor, where the ceiling is cut away to reveal the upper living space, and a row of plants breathe greenery into the home, reflecting the garden beyond.
One of the three dining areas of this home floats in the stark white living space, where diners can enjoy the garden and pool views, whilst a lounge area with modern chairs in a warm pop of red provides an area to retire and enjoy the interior waterfall as the evening draws in.
A monochrome contemporary bedroom is lifted with a splash of red.
A stripe of green adds edge to a simple white kitchen scheme
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