Located in Rosario, Argentina, an area of large residential subdivisions with low buildings and lush vegetation, Casa MC Golf Club was designed by VismaraCorsi Arquitectos. The core idea of the design was to create a large central space, with double height, serving as the heart of the house. Designed for a young couple, the property is located in a golf course, and covers an area of 3,283 square feet. The guiding principles of this project were integration, flexibility and dynamism. The south-facing facade of the plot was designed with a closed, opaque sector as private as possible, also protected from winds and heavy rains. By contrast, the back facade of the house facing north was opened to the maximum, taking advantage of the afternoon light and view of the golf course. Wood was the choice for flooring, wall cladding, closets and finishes, with the purpose of giving warmth to the white spaces.
DesignRulz7 May 2014