Tatiana Keskevich, Eugene Liashuk, Alex Kuzmianchuk
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Architectural condensate – is a shaping reaction of the house towards the surrounding climate. On cool weather the house looks like an open and transparent structure, but on hot sunny day it is condensing with the “architectural” drops making the protective shell against the straight sun beams, keeping the comfortable conditions for living inside and creating the fanciful designs of the shadows in the interior.
The construction of the house consists of three parts:
1. Reinforced concrete structure.
2. Glass walls.
3. Pneumatic blinds.
Pneumatic blinds consist of metal pipes and semitransparent elements. Under the air pressure the semitransparent elements are inflated and turned into bubbles that make reliable sun beams protection.