Barbarita, a natural residence

Tigre, Buenos Aires, Argentina

A private residence designed to be enjoyed in company

Project location:  Tigre, Buenos aires, Argentina
Project type:        Private residence
Neolith materials:      

Estatuario, Calatorao 

Located in the picturesque setting of Troncos del Talar, Buenos Aires, Barbarita emerges as a singular residential project that combines the distinctive design pieces of Amazonia BA with the expert execution of United Stone. This home embraces elegance, functionality and connection to the surrounding nature.

Cooking and chatting

The kitchen has evolved from being simply a functional place to prepare food to become the beating heart of the home: a meeting space that goes beyond the stove. Today, the kitchen is the epicenter of family and social life, a place where stories are shared, bonds are strengthened and memories are made.

 

That is why for the design of Barbarita it was decided to go for an open space with a central island, which allows conversation between different spaces in the house. The incorporation of large windows defines the light and airy character of the residence. This conscious approach to natural light and the surrounding landscape establishes an intimate connection between indoors and outdoors.

 

This choice not only adds a touch of sophistication and luxury, but also highlights the contemporary vision of Amazonia BA's furniture, which is integrated into the space with a rustic oval table and a custom-made petiribi kitchen bench. The Neolith Estatuario countertop, known for its durability and elegance, becomes a timeless canvas that enhances the functionality and aesthetics of this kitchen.

 

The high ceilings are a distinctive feature that amplifies the feeling of spaciousness and grandeur in Barbarita, which is highlighted by the light colors featured on the walls and decorative elements, thus creating a bright and welcoming atmosphere. This combination of high ceilings and light colors not only optimizes the space visually, but also contributes to the feeling of serenity and tranquility in the home.

The quincho: the argentine outdoor dream

In the land of the asado and the passion for grilling, the quincho stands as the most coveted corner of Argentine homes. This covered outdoor space, with a large grill and a bar clad in Calatorao, is not only an architectural structure; it is the materialization of a dream shared among friends and family, where tradition and camaraderie merge.

 

Neolith Calatorao adds a touch of rustic elegance. Thanks to its strength and beauty, it not only offers a functional space for preparing drinks and snacks, but also becomes the perfect gathering spot. While the meat cooks to perfection on the grill, friends and family can enjoy a lively chat, drinks and delicious snacks around this spacious bar.

 

This outdoor space was completed with Amazonia BA's iconic TIMBO table and incense-covered ceilings, which add the perfect touch to the rustic and natural aesthetic that dominates throughout the residence. Whether on a sunny summer day or in the autumn rain, this roofed space offers shelter and comfort. The combination of open roof and walls allows cool breezes to circulate, while the grill columns keep the flame of tradition alive, no matter the weather conditions.

Sustainability in practice

In the idyllic surroundings of Troncos del Talar, in Tigre, the connection with nature is a priority. In this picturesque setting where flora and fauna coexist, the choice of materials for residential spaces takes on even greater importance. The decision to opt for sustainable materials, such as Neolith, is not only an aesthetic choice, but a statement of commitment to the preservation of the natural environment.

 

The choice of Neolith for the Barbarita residential project goes beyond aesthetics. As a resistant and durable material, it reduces the need for frequent replacement, thus minimizing the environmental impact. In addition, Neolith's production follows rigorous sustainability standards, from the extraction of raw materials to the manufacturing process, ensuring that each sheet tells a story of environmental responsibility.