The Fresno House in Cariló, Argentina, was designed by Felix Raspall in collaboration with Federico Papandrea.
Though, because of the floor-to-ceiling windows, it seems like the garden enters inside and almost every corner is visible from outside, this thing is not an inconvenient because when the big curtains are drawn, privacy is at home.
Despite the fact that is very transparent, the house is not fragile at all, because its structure of resistance is made out of steel and concrete.
The interior is very welcoming and perfect for a family with children who need space and comfort.
Photos by Gustavo Sosa Pinilla