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Get close to mother nature with House V by ARKOSIS

By Anca dArc on May 17, 2016

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ArchDaily brings us the latest and beautifully designed project called House V, realized by ARKOSIS in Costa Rica.

This simple yet scenic house is settled in a place where no other architect has worked before, surrounded by other informal constructions.

It is a house of minimal dimensions which involved anticipation and nostalgia until the house became the definitive residence for the owner.

Mrs. V. needed a house that could be built with her retirement savings and that could accommodate her strong personality without worrying about asking for the architect´s opinion to make use of the architecture as she pleases.

Be amazed by some photographs shot by Roberto D´Ambrosio.

 

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Architects: Arkosis

Location: La Vega, Costa Rica

Author: Iván Delgado

Collaborators: Ma. Fernanda Matamoros, Cristian Alvarez, Carlos Jiménez

Area: 90.0 sqm

Project Year: 2016

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