Duality between a geometric building and infinite nature

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The 90-square-meter rectangular house located in Uruguay is made mostly of concrete and is an ideal choice for living in a more natural environment, but still in a modern-urban style. Such a house is a fusion of a natural landscape with a geometric building, which at first glance may seem rough, but the house is habitable even in the presence of wild and unspoiled natural landscape. A door with a panoramic window along its entire length, which can be opened wide and thus take nature into the interior, is an absolute duality between a geometric house and infinite space. The house is a work of art with a modern stylish design, where the combination of concrete, wood and sunlight is always a good choice! Photos below. Architecture: MASA Arquitectos, Vladimir Naumov; Visualization: Sphere; Photography: Frederico Cairoli

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