Contemporary timber and concrete beach house in Uruguay

By Kim McFayden 5 years agoNo Comments

This contemporary beach house in Uruguay was designed by Martin Gomez Architects. Consisting of five pavilions constructed of concrete, timber, iron and glass, the main living pavilion has been orientated to capture the best views to the sea, while the central swimming pool is completely protected from oceans winds. The other pavilions accommodate service areas and guest accommodation, with outdoor spaces in between, creating a fluid transition from the interior and the exterior.

 

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  ARCHITECTURE, concrete, elements, glass, inside/out connection, materials, metal, timber
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