The award-winning design and architecture firm Ezequiel Farca + Christina Grappin has succeeded in restoring and renovating the house in 1970 without character. Labeled as Barrancas House, they try to moderate space, create moments of discovery throughout the house, and take advantage of the view of the house toward the adjacent forest. Sounded like an open house, visible from the floor to ceiling glass that attract natural light and frame the exterior look without sacrificing comfort and intimacy of its inhabitants. A little unique from this house, there is a hallway that leads to a multifunctional room that is reached  [ Read More ]