Tiny Modules
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Tiny Modules

SET Ideas

CATEGORY
Landscape Architecture, Houses

LOCATION
Argentina

ARCHITECT
Set Ideas

AREA
40 m²

YEAR
2021

MANUFACTURERS
Autodesk, Isover, Acqua System, Adobe, Aluar, Bagnara, Fv, Hm Maderas, Luz Design,
Mármoles Colón, Roca, San Pietro, Ternium, Trimble

LEAD ARCHITECT
Carlos Arias, Heriberto Martinez, Pedro Ruiz Funes, Tomas Camuyrano

DESIGN TEAM
Tomas Camuyrano, Clara Maldonado

ENGINEERING
Lucas Crespi

LANDSCAPE
Francisco Pascualini

INTERIORISM
Florencia Negrete – Neo Interior

CONSULTANTS
Ing. Lucas Crespi

COLLABORATORS
Clara Maldonado

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte

Tiny living, better living. Where does the smell of coffee live more intensely? In a large cup of coffee with milk or in a cup of ristretto?

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte

Clearly, the well is the result of our search for new ways of living. We give an efficient response to interior spatiality and the use of resources and spaces so that with fewer elements, we live better.

These are two modular works, two houses in particular contexts, with particular situations and with specific designs for each case.

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
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But with pre-agreed standards and modulations that facilitate the process and the way in which it was built and designed.

The proposal from the studio is to industrialize architecture and everything that concerns it, this is how we managed to streamline the processes, and therefore the results.

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
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We approach each design from a preconceived basis, but we are flexible in its design to be able to customize each case according to the tastes and preferences of the client but in a more efficient and simpler way.

In this way, the interior space is simple, but the implementation is everything and each case shows its profile.

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
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Likewise, the interior terminations correspond in each case to the context of each module.

Both start in tune with an environment to achieve the minimum incidence, and as you will see, the minimum is a concept that is governed as a premise for all the decisions made in both cases.

Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte


Tiny Modules
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Tiny Modules
© Gonzalo Viramonte
Tiny Modules
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Tiny Modules
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Tiny Modules
Axonometría

Tiny Modules
Floor Plan