In the Argentinian city of Santa Fe, Estudio relativo has built a 250 sqm single-family house for a young couple. While Casa Incompleta is now being used as a residence, the building has been programmatically conceived as an aggregation of units open to a permanent process of adaptation, as if it was a living organism. The building is an investigation on the informal, defined as a antagonistic relationship between the spaces and theirs use.
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The structural and spatial layout is defined by cellular units of different sizes randomly aggregated in space. Each unit appears as a white prism with sloped roofs. The elevations appear as an alternation of solid and perforated walls, where the second type of surface works as a filter towards the outside garden. The units are connected one by one, defining a chained succession of rooms.
- Casa Incompleta
- Santo Tomé, Santa Fe, Argentina
- single-family house
- Estudio Relativo
- Design team:
- Cecilia Rossini, Guido Hernandez
- Fernando Nieva, Angelina Romero, Federico Gigante
- 250 sqm