The starting point for the project is its link with nature: the space is enclosed in a shell beneath which it is possible to move freely between the inside and outside as well as above and below. The abundance of pathways and spatial relationships makes it possible to constantly get lost in all directions
Concrete shell in a eucalyptus forest. A multiplicity of paths and spatial relations - DesignOnWeb
In the private neighbourhood of Las Prunas, in a green area south of Mar del Plata, Argentina, TAM architectural studios have designed a perforated cement shell intersected by trees, paths and ramps in which the interior and exterior coexist
The house is a path and you can be on any level, like climbing tree branches. Your gaze wanders through the levels and always sees the green. The surface on which the shell rests is staggered and deformed sometimes, blurring the ground floor and turning it into a long walk: the term "to live" is inevitably connected with the term "to walk"
On the inside of the shell, volumes are positioned to block off the large space and make it private, dividing it into smaller habitable spaces. These spaces expand with the different levels of the external spiral path, leading to a terrace/garden, where it is possible to enjoy nature to the fullest
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