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H3 House

Set in a town on the northern Argentine coast, the H3 House is sophisticated simplicity. The shared summer home is cube-like in shape, with large panes of glass breaking up the otherwise board-set exposed concrete structure. Downstairs is the common area and kitchen, which open up onto the sizable deck, while both the master and second, cabin-like bedroom are located upstairs, and share both a bathroom and a partially covered outdoor area that's ideal for enjoying the coastal breeze.

Photos: Daniela Mac Adden / Luciano Kruk Architects

  • Chiara House

    Set on a hillside in Varese, Italy, the Chiara House takes advantage of its location with floor-to-ceiling glass, a spectacular fireplace, large outdoor spaces, and a lack of interior distractions. You enter the house on the upper level, where the stark living space is dotted by contemporary art and furniture, joined by the kitchen, a pool to the north, and a terrace to the south. Downstairs you'll find the bedrooms, a studio, and a home gym, all blended into the landscape by a natural stone terrace and wall.

    Photos: Simone Bossi / duearchitetti

  • Riehen House

    Mixing material can create texture, depth, and weight, but the Riehen House also uses this concept to differentiate space. Planted on hillside in Switzerland, the ground floor is constructed entirely from concrete and houses the main living areas. Appearing to be cast as one piece, the material flows internally on the floors, walls, and fireplace. Above, a solid wood structure containing the sleeping quarters overlaps the lower level, creating a cantilever roof for a patio below. East and west facing windows break up the interior's exposed wood walls to let in light and create views of city below.

    Photos: Reuter Raeber/Eik Frenzel

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