Situated on the edge of the Paraná river delta in Argentina, the N House appears as a monolithic mass floating on the landscape. The concrete dwelling's lower level rests on the ground while an upper story emerges from the plot, giving the exterior its abstract form. The main living areas are placed on the ground floor. Acting as a gallery space, a wall of glazing showcases views of the waterway in the background. These sliding doors expand the room out to a terrace where the second story cantilevers over the ground, creating shelter for the outdoor space. Above, bedrooms are arranged parallel to the river and are fitted with a transparent facade, overlooking the water below.
Photos: Albano García / A3 Luppi Ugalde Winter