// arthitectural / Buenos Aires
  • 10. Matali Crasset – The feral house In the heart of the Meuse (55), in Lorraine, tucked within the 5000-hectares forest of the villages Dompcevrin, Fresnes-au-mont, Lahaymeix, Nicey-sur-Aire, Pierrefitte-sur-Aire and Ville-devant-Belrain, along the Sentier du Vent pathway, the designer matali crasset has designed and built four feral-type houses, her “maisons sylvestres”. The cabins are centrally-positioned […]


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  • This house has been designed from a large white enclosing wall that contains all the functions and is completely open to the backyard so as to enjoy the different views to the lake and its natural environment. The access is materialized through a stone folded wall that turns the access into a wall that separates […]


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The 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.   The design of the structure consists of two building […]


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