We’re suckers for a well-made concrete home here at New Atlas and the MeMo House definitely fits the bill. Bam! Arquitectura responded to a green-fingered client’s wishes for maximum garden space in a cramped plot by installing a green roof and large plant-covered ramps. The home also boasts some sustainable design, including solar power and rainwater collection.
The MeMo House is shoehorned into a relatively narrow plot between buildings in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and comprises 215 sq m (2,314 sq ft) of usable floorspace. The first floor includes a kitchen, living room, and dining room, while going upstairs reveals three bedrooms and a like number of bathrooms. The rooftop terrace can also be reached using the ramps and stairs.
The interior decor looks fantastic, providing you’re a big fan of exposed concrete. If not, you probably won’t find much to like here, even if the effect is softened by the greenery and use of wood.
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