Dynamic Architecture: Ribbon Holiday House by G2 Estudio
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.