Luisina House is located in Buenos Aires, Argentina, designed by Reimers Risso Arquitectura. This house project is completed in 2018 with 94,60 m2 in size. It is a house that includes a photographic studio and adapted extensions for public uses such as expo and workshops.
This house is designed for four expansion possibilities based on the need to propose changes. These changes guarantee adaptability and the possibility of being made by the occupier with complete independence. Minimum domestic space is proposed in the first initial stage while the remaining extensions remain latent in the structure resolution.
The project objective is to define constructive and structural systems. These systems turn into possible transformations and opportunities that can be done to the house. The inhabitant is fundamental in the project process and this house should adapt to future needs and it also must be able to be improved.
This house is not a finished product but a supports. It offers minimum benefits but also combines new terminations, better equipment, and future contributions from the user. This way makes the architect ables to optimize the use of economic and material resources.
Luisina House Gallery
Photographer: Fernando Schapochnik