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This Hybrid House-Bridge Spans a Ravine in Argentina

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Designed by Argentinian firm Alarciaferrer Arquitectos, this modern pad, reminiscent of Philip Johnson's Glass House in northern Argentina near the city of Cordoba, spans a shallow ravine in a eucalyptus forest. Dubbed the Pabellón-Puente or "pavilion bridge," the folly serves as a communal living room for a nearby compound of vacation homes. With glazing on both its north and south facades, the house, which is supported on either end by concrete, bulwark-like walls, provides sweeping views of both the forest, the ravine, and the nearby Lake Los Molinos. The open-plan interiors feature living and dining rooms and a kitchen. Check them out!

Glass pavilion by Alarciaferrer Arquitectos bridges a lakeside gully in Argentina [Dezeen]
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