2019 / 2018

Interior Design

Villa La Angostura. Neuquén. Argentina
Area: 110 m2
Client: A. Macchia

Living-diningroom – 3d model

This modern wooden house located in the south of Argentina needed to be furnished. The request was to do it with simple, modular and not built-in furniture that would allow variability of uses in free and flexible spaces. The idea to use colour on one of the walls of the upper floor was to be considered. On the ground floor, two sofa-beds under the corner window create a spacious und relaxed atmosphere, enabling the mobile bar-table to be placed there. On the upper floor, three elements with cubic proportions formed the wardrobes. Two cubes with drawer units formed the dresser. In the study/guest bedroom, a counterbalanced step-ladder was designed to easily access the existing mezzanine. In terms of lighting, simple spherical lamps, reminiscent of light bulbs, were hung in a playful way to take advantage of the height of the rooms resulting from the sloping roof.

Master bedroom – longitudinal section
Guest bedroom – cross section – L1
Ground floor
Master bedroom – cross section
Guest bedroom – cross section – L2
1st floor