An interesting Ribbon house was created by G2 Estudio in San Carlos de Bariloche, Patagonia Argentina. It got its name because of the interior which looks like the ribbon shape; it is asymmetric and very unusual. The idea of the architects was to integrate large spaces performing different functions: one for leisure and another for recreation for the two families living in Tahiti. The house consists of two master-rooms, two bedrooms for the children, and all that can be necessary for the vacation house.
Extremely beautiful nature surrounds the dwelling: Cerro Catedral to the West, Sierra Ventana to the South, the Golf to the North, and a canyon with a creek and lush vegetation to the East. The interior design is minimalist. A very interesting detail is the unique kitchen that conected by unique stairs to the second floor. There is a very warming juxtaposition of materials in use – in the private zone wood is used and in the socializing zone concrete. The house looks spectacular both inside and outside.