Located in the pampas near Rosario, the View House is a 270 sqm curved concreted building looks like a Taurus grazing in the rich Argentine plains.
Los Angeles architect Johnston Marklee designed a compact dwelling space by maximizing the experience of the surrounding views in collaboration with Rosario architect Diego Arraigada.
Inspiration from architect:
The project is organized as a series of continuous spaces in an upward spiral of 360 ° accompanying the development horizon, establishing a relationship between the perception of the surrounding landscape and choreography of everyday domestic life.
The outer perimeter wall was defined and built using standard techniques in local silos and building small bridges and rustic exposed end brands execution. In contrast, the interior of the house is, alternating white interiors and views of the surrounding volumes polished and smooth continuous landscape.