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A Simple Modern House in Uruguay, Coastal Edition

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 30, 2014 01:11 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified May 29, 2014

Argentinian architect Martin Gomez Arquitectos, who specializes in beach houses in Uruguay and Argentina, is "obsessed with contextualizing his works within the landscape," he says. This simple, single-story coastal house, set on a grassy knoll overlooking the sea in Punta del Este, gets it just right. See more at Estudio Martin Gomez Arquitectos . Above: The wood pavilion overlooks the ocean and captures breezes via sliding doors.   Above: A simple boardwalk leads to the house. Above: The house opens to the outside via a system of sliding glass doors. Above: Sunlight filters through the slatted window shades. Above: The minimally appointed kitchen opens onto the main living space. Above: A grouping of classic midcentury seating in the living area.  Above: When the doors are open, the space is almost entirely open to the outdoors. Above: Like the leather chairs? For something similar, consult  10 Easy Pieces: South American-Style Leather Chairs .   Above: Sleeping quarters are located in a grass-roofed cottage. Above: The bedroom is paneled in white painted shiplap. Above: Furnishings include a bedside table made from reclaimed wood. Above: A marble slab supports a simple ceramic sink.This post is an update; the original ran on June 26, 2013. More Stories from Remodelista The Outermost House: Modest Modernism in Wellfleet Organic Modern Crocheted Lamps from London Channeling the Spirit of Sea Ranch, Anniversary Edition






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