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Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

Architecture Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FFThe House FF is located in Nordelta, Tigre, Buenos Aires province. Is a single-family house project which was designed from its orientation and environmental characteristics. A structural system that would fully release the ground floor was developed, achieving total flexibility and connecting the inside with the outside.

Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

© Quiroga Carrafa

 

Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

© Quiroga Carrafa

The design of the structure consists of two building frames and two main beams where part of the upper floor is hanged allowing a span between columns of 12 meters. The house achieves its maximum relation to the outside through a sliding woodworking that integrates the living room with 48 square meter semi-covered gallery, the pool and the garden.

Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

© Quiroga Carrafa

Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos | House FF

© Quiroga Carrafa

The exposed concrete ceiling plastically unifies the space, while the wood flooring translates vertically on the wall, including a fireplace that organizes the living room. Such use of materials gives the amplitude space and fluidity.

Location: Nordelta, Tigre, Buenos Aires province, Argentina
Architects: Fritz + Fritz Arquitectos |  Fernando Fritz, Eric Fritz
Project name: House FF
Project team: Hernán Feldmann, Christian Moroni
Structure: Ing. José Zaldua
Area: 300 m2
Year: 2012
Photographs: Quiroga Carrafa

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