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Fluxa House / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos

Fluxa House / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos
Fluxa House / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos, © Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

© Luis Barandiarán © Luis Barandiarán © Luis Barandiarán © Luis Barandiarán + 25

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

Text description provided by the architects. Located in a neighborhood on the outskirts of the city of La Plata, this detached house is built on a corner lot of 20 meters x 60 meters at the intersection of 23rd and 510th streets. The Urban Planning Code requires, for this area , withdrawals both from the dividing axes and from the municipal lines of both streets.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán
Ground floor plan
Ground floor plan
© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

The program aimed at a 4-bedroom house developed on 2 floors, with special emphasis on the flexibility of using the public spaces covered (living room - kitchen) and open spaces (central patio and gallery) and its relationship with outdoor spaces.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

With these project premises, a "U" ground floor was developed around a central patio, allowing visual cross-over transparencies throughout the property, where the social sectors are developed; and a compact high floor plan as a container for the private area of the house.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

The materiality is defined with by different concrete textures, white walls, PVC exterior carpentry and fixed and mobile parasols as elements of solar control and enclosure.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán
Upper floor plan
Upper floor plan
© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

In this house there are certain project guidelines such as interior-exterior spatial flexibility through large glazed panels and large galleries; the structural-constructive resolution as the axis of the design; and the exhaustive development of the executive project as a fundamental element of the design process.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán
Cross Section
Cross Section
© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

In this house we try to synthesize different principles that define our architectural action: simple and pure volumetry lines, the development of the detail, keeping correlation between the whole and the parts; and the careful selection and use of materials, colors and textures.

© Luis Barandiarán
© Luis Barandiarán

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Cite: "Fluxa House / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos" [Casa Fluxa / Gianserra + Lima arquitectos] 11 Feb 2019. ArchDaily. (Trans. María Francisca González) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/910898/fluxa-house-gianserra-plus-lima-arquitectos/> ISSN 0719-8884

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