This gorgeous two-story contemporary residence in Núñez, Buenos Aires, Argentina, was completed in 2010 by Estudio Martín Gómez Arquitectos. Núñez is a neighborhood near River, a once sprawling residential district that was discredited because of the immense River Plate stadium and its recitals. The stunning Pricila House is just the beginning of a much needed district resurgence.
The project represents a sort of window towards the future, being an icon of change and progress among the neighboring buildings. It has a solid concrete structure and majestic dimensions, offering over 10,700 square feet of lavish living spaces. The 10-foot high ceilings, the dramatic circular staircase crowned by a skylight, and the luxe materials chosen for this project make the Pricila House a dream home for the rich.
All floors inside the house are made of Lapacho wood, while the exterior is all tiled with marble, including the large outdoor swimming pool. Another highlight of the property is the gorgeous tropical garden that makes the entire house seem like an irresistible oasis in the heart of the city. The dwellers of this residence can only lead a perfect life here, with plenty of outdoors socialization and fun.