Cariló, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Kaprys House is a holiday residence, located on a sand dune and surrounded by wood. The downstairs hall allows us to reach the house and we start climbing up without effort. Once up, the look-out is located; a staircase almost entirely lit from above, the sun and the moon reflected on the walls, a perforated concrete partition allows a partial vision of the forest working as a filter at the same time. It is an intermediate stage that generates curiosity about life behind that wall. This house was mainly made of concrete, the walls were made of hollow bricks, the openings were made of aluminum and wood and the decks were made of hardwood timber.