Architectonically extraordinary, one of a kind, unique 300 sq mt (3,229 sq ft) property nestled in a 1,000 sq mt (10,763 sq ft) plot of land located in the gated community La Celina, in Ingeniero Maschwitz, less than an hour drive from the City of Buenos Aires. This innovative house features an aluminum spatial structure based on an exceptional socket system simply made out of tubes and knots, with a pyramidal disposition with geometric repetitions that generate light but strong structures with an incredible strength so as to resist any kind of weight. In 2009, its creator received the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) award to the best inventor. This masterpiece, besides standing out for its singular structure and aesthetics, marvels for its large dimensions, its high ceilings and the light all its rooms offer through its picture windows. It consists of an ample reception with a grand living room and a dining room, with superb views to the park and to the swimming pool area. The kitchen, also boasting singular glamour, has a breakfast area and is fully equipped. A staircase leads to the master suite that features a walk-in-closet and to the two other bedrooms that share a full bathroom. The amazing swimming pool has a cutting edge lighting system and a wonderful deck.
Tango, polo and Europe without the euro. That’s how some would describe Buenos Aires. The Argentine capital is known for its heavy European influences. The majority of porteños as the locals are known have Old World roots. Read more about luxury homes in ブエノスアイレス