Estudio Centro Cero’s Eros Boulevard project in Pinamar, Buenos Aires, is a striking fusion of modern architecture and the natural beauty of its surroundings. Set in the Nayades neighborhood on a coastal dune strip, the property’s nearly flat buildable area is adorned with tall pine trees that play a crucial role in rainwater evacuation. The project’s centerpiece is a covered space with an exposed wooden structure and a sleek black metal gabled roof. Noteworthy is the living-dining-kitchen area featuring an exposed concrete gallery, allowing abundant natural light and panoramic views of the forest at different elevations. The use of glass, concrete, and wood creates a contemporary aesthetic, forging a visual link between the interior spaces and the lush environment.
Eros Boulevard’s innovative design extends to its galleries, seamlessly integrating a grill and serving as continuous gutters and visual filters for the sheet metal roof. Estudio Centro Cero’s vision focuses on filling interior spaces with natural light while preserving unobstructed views of the forest. This thoughtful approach results in an immersive experience that blurs the lines between indoor and outdoor living, showcasing the successful marriage of human ingenuity and the inherent beauty of Pinamar’s landscape. Eros Boulevard stands as an inspiring testament to the transformative power of architecture when harmonized with the natural world, offering a model for future projects seeking to blend modern living with environmental integration.
Project name: Eros Boulevard
Architecture firm: Estudio Centro Cero
Location: Pinamar, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Photography: Joaquin Portela
Principal architect: Leonardo Valtuille, Carolina Antolini
Design team: Leonardo Valtuille, Carolina Antolini
Collaborators: Luciana Cepeda, Mercedes Valotta
Interior design: Centro Cero