Art 6 months ago Share Tweet Pin Share Luciano Kruk Architects unveiled their newly-completed BLQ House in the Nuveo Quilmes neighborhood near Buenos Aires, Argentina. The 10,763-square-foot abode features an exposed concrete skeleton alongside expansive openings on the first and second levels facing away from the street for elevated intimacy. Moreover, a sprawling outdoor gallery is observed in the backyard equipped with a grill to fulfill the homeowners’ wishes. Rounding out the exterior portions of the home is the entrance of the house that boasts sections dedicated to circulations and washing rooms. As far as interiors are concerned, two large concrete slabs alongside wide beams support both levels of the home. In addition, the second level is equipped with generous glazed surfaces with the master bedroom extending towards an outdoor space for bountiful views of the garden. Check out the photos above and visit Luciano Kruk Architects’ website to view more projects. In other design news, this modern Bangkok home features a waterfall at its center. Bonus: Want to stay up to date on our latest Rare Norm news ?