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Breezy Buenos Aires holiday home embraces nature with a wildflower-growing roof

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 25, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Sep 23, 2016

Built over the course of five months, the 174-square-meter Casa de Madera was constructed from modules that give the structure flexibility and the freedom to be dismantled in as little as a day if needed. The long rectilinear building is elevated off the ground and built entirely from unpainted timber, a material that helps the home blend into its surroundings. Angled wooden slats form a zigzagging roof that shades the outdoor terraces. Related: MAPA’s prefab house can be installed and disassembled...






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