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Caja House by Estudio Aire

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Caja House by Estudio Aire

Architectural photographer Leonardo Finotti has sent us his photos of a house in Argentina by Estudio Aire, based in Rosario, Argentina.

Called Caja House, the project comprises a long, single storey building arranged around a central courtyard.

A strip of water in the courtyard reflects the sky and glass panels
allow the surrounding rooms to be opened onto this outdoor space.

Here’s some more information from Estudio Aire:

The project was developed between personal wills and external
demands. We enjoy narrating this process without too much theory but
with architectural responsibility and enthusiasm instead.

During the first meetings we tried to talk with our clients about
architecture itself not specifically a home project. We realised it was
our opportunity to develop something different between both parties. We
were very enthusiastic for we could have the possibility of reviewing
our architectural repertoire. At the beginning there were no specific
orders, which arrived as time passed by and started working together.

We had feeling to work as a team, sometimes sharing some points of
view concerning design, some others not. Our clients were much
concerned with the issue of privacy and intimacy as regards life in
private neighborhoods such as Kentucky. We considered it important to
be able to appreciate from the inside the decisions taken (morphology,
geometry, materials, how to manipulate the natural lighting) rather
than the criteria used in such spaces so far.

We started working on a criteria based on a central open space .
Little by little it became more radical and the rest of the situations
began to subordinate to the yard. We were questioning the modern
language leading elements to an almost primitive instance. The concept
of continuous space extends beyond the physical limit of covered
surface. The Interior unroofed surface regulates the link with the
outside world. One of the faces is an opening with two glass doors.
Opening completely enabling to redefine the concept of externality and
integrating the rest of the area.

The water here incorporates the built mass reflexes. The House
becomes its own landscape. Fragmentation in the section cover is
another particular moment of thought and analysis which occurs not only
to fill the interior of light but to establish a link with nature,
incorporating the sky.

In general we usually describe our work as a box with a yard inside
it denoting a formal will at first place. However the best is inside,
the richer inner space as a result of it. With two photographs from
outside the story would be resolved, but it would be impossible from
the inside.

The strongest effort was to decide about what not to be done or how to make it simpler.

We came to only four materials. On top “white” dominates all items,
aluminum resolves openings to the inner patio , the metal for the
perimeter gates and glass for transparent and translucent cladding.

This reduction is the reaction to a need to avoid excessive thinking of achieving simplicity as a concept.

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We are satisfied for having being able to provide a contemporary
answer leaving aside modern language. Now that the work has been
completed we have began to look in time to more distant examples of it.

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The colonial House is the first example that appeared. The potential
of the yard, the opening toit, the gallery, tectonics condition, force
walls, the dispossession of ornamentation, the height of the Interior.

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We are now studying the pompeyana House , which carry this same
situations to a more primitive and radical state . All this working
under the concept of modern space.

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We believe that the contemporary does not have to do with a
completely new production or with an indiscriminate repetition of
recipes. We are interested in reviewing everything that has already
been produced and intervene as little as possible. We have very clear
it is almost ridiculous since our activity lies in filling free spaces.

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This paradox is which obsessively leads us to focus on the space
resulting of it through the manipulation of shapes. We love thinking
that we produce air.

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