Barrancas House by EZEQUIELFARCA studio


This 724-square-meter 1970s residence gets completely restored by architectural and design studio EZEQUIELFARCA.

Boasting an automated water saving system, eco-friendly roof and walls and a solar energy control system, the home takes full advantage of its open space, integrating movable screen walls that create privacy or allow natural light to flood in. The earthy tones are achieved with an aesthetic of marble, stone and a wooden interior, with further amenities including a gym, outdoor pool, a home theater and a wine cellar. [via Ezequielfarca]


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