A unique architectural masterpiece aims to challenge "planar stability and flat homogeneity" in Argentina.

The modern household takes quite a “twist” in Argentina with the FyF Residence, located in the outskirts of Rosario, around 300 kilometers north of Buenos Aires. Named after its owners Fernando and Florencia Garcia, FyF is described as a “spatial and physical attempt to challenge the planar stability and flat homogeneity of the Pampas landscape in a domestic setting.”

ArchDaily describes the one-of-a-kind home, created by the P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S architectural firm:

The project was conceived as a monolithic solid, a monochromatic form punctuated only by subtle inflections that establish a complex physical relationship among the different spaces while maintaining a sense of identity and privacy between them.

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