- Design Team : Nahuel Guerrero, Fernando Fritz
- Engineering : José Zaldua
- Collaborators : Hernan Feldman
- City : Benavidez
- Country : Argentina
Text description provided by the architects. The House CL76 is located in Nordelta, Tigre, Buenos Aires province. Is a single-family house project which was designed from its location, at the shore of a lake.
The unevenness ot the terrain was also incorporated into the project and was traduced as a smooth level difference between the living-room and the kitchen/dinning area, virtually separated by a metallic staircase.
Both levels of the house are orgnized around a patio that maximizes the natural light of the North to the interior.
The structure consists of a two-meters high beam located at the side of the house, three inverted beams on the roof and a series of steel tensioners, that allow to minimize the footprint of the house and also gain total flexibility by connecting the inside with the outside.
This large exposed-concrete beam that adds personality to the house also enphasizes the access and helps to protect the interior from it’s relation with the neighbors.