Ceramic House / Ezequiel Spinelli + Facundo S. López

Ceramic House / Ezequiel Spinelli + Facundo S. López

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Villa Elisa, Argentina
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Text description provided by the architects. A small house for a young couple who lives in Buenos Aires and wants to get away to a suburban area. They have some savings and a small site to build dreams and future memories. 

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We talk about construction; they want to build with earth. They imagine an adobe house in a very rainy place. 

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We propose to cook the mud and we design it with traditional brick. Walls, floors and ceilings are made of brick. We put paint to obtain a difference between vertical and horizontal planes. A vault rules the character of space.

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We talk about fire. They remember their childhoods back in Argentinean Patagonia. Their parents used to cook lamb and cow meat. We propose a fire pit in the courtyard, so they can have those memories back. 

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But that fire will also be the light and heat for many “peñas” to come: a gathering of friends and family where they can play the guitar at night and sing folk and tango music.

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Cite: "Ceramic House / Ezequiel Spinelli + Facundo S. López" [Casa Cerámica / Ezequiel Spinelli + Facundo S. López] 30 Jun 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/942072/ceramic-house-ezequiel-spinelli> ISSN 0719-8884

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