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Discover Casa en Tigre by Barrionuevo Villanueva Arquitectos

Discover this stunning residence in Buenos Aires

Discover Casa en Tigre by Barrionuevo Villanueva Arquitectos
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

Barrionuevo Villanueva Arquitectos recently completed works on this stunning private residence in Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Take a look at the complete story after the jump.

 We understand this work as a succession of defined areas that are put in relation to others so that a whole functions. This is what we try to develop from its imprint. Volumetric clarity consists in determining these areas, giving them a formal identity and putting them in relation to other areas composed with the same logic.
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

From the architects: We understand this work as a succession of defined areas that are put in relation to others so that a whole functions.

This is what we try to develop from its imprint. Volumetric clarity consists in determining these areas, giving them a formal identity and putting them in relation to other areas composed with the same logic.

 We understand this work as a succession of defined areas that are put in relation to others so that a whole functions. This is what we try to develop from its imprint. Volumetric clarity consists in determining these areas, giving them a formal identity and putting them in relation to other areas composed with the same logic.
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

In this way, a large volume appears at 6 x 22 meters locked by a vacuum and as an immediate result the formal management of the ground floor injecting its functions.

It is interesting to note that not only do these have their own condition and use, but the fact of putting them in relation produces a series of spaces and interstices that link them, relate them, give them particular qualities and end up solving new areas that coincidentally turn out to be the most important of the program.

Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

When we speak of intermediate spaces or interstices we speak of access, horizontal and vertical circulation, public area of the house (kitchen, living room, dining room) and expansion gallery.

Without failing to highlight the non-physically constituted element that is vital for all these spaces and volumes to be related, which is the patio. Place that does not demand a physical action to constitute itself, but articulates the horizontal and vertical uses of the entire work.

Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
 We understand this work as a succession of defined areas that are put in relation to others so that a whole functions. This is what we try to develop from its imprint. Volumetric clarity consists in determining these areas, giving them a formal identity and putting them in relation to other areas composed with the same logic.
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

This is how we can describe the compositional logics and conclude that the physical and formal execution of the spaces is not directly proportional to their importance. Those with less material are more important.

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Understanding this, it only remains to highlight the importance of finding a route that links all these spaces and is fed by the qualities that each one of them gives you. Thus being able to appreciate how each of these is affected differently under the action of light.

Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte
 We understand this work as a succession of defined areas that are put in relation to others so that a whole functions. This is what we try to develop from its imprint. Volumetric clarity consists in determining these areas, giving them a formal identity and putting them in relation to other areas composed with the same logic.
Photography by © Gonzalo Viramonte

As you walk through the house you can discover spaces, finding visuals, projections of light and shadow and the life that its operation proposes.

General information
Project Name: Work Virazón
Architecture Office: Barrionuevo Villanueva Architects – BarrrionuevoVillanueva
Country of the Office: Argentina

Construction completion year: 2021
Constructed area: 310m2
Location: Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Photographer: Gonzalo Viramonte

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