MeMo by BAM Arquitectura
A Sloping Single-Family Home
Buenos Aires is known as the home of perpetual sunshine, decade-spanning architecture, and a vibrant cultural mashup; the three come together in the MeMo House by BAM Arquitectura. Built for as a single-family home, the building caters to the client’s passion for gardening while emphasizing sustainable solutions and durable materials. With the curved staircase loping between the levels comes a sloped planter, luscious with local plants. The building’s structure has a cement skeleton: sturdy and clean, it lowers the ambient temperature and cools even further as fresh air blows through the ample windows.
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