To know this original house inspired by a novel by the famous author Julio Verne, we must travel to La Plata, Argentina, where the owner carried out a Integral reform to earn more light and space.Juan Montiel Juan Montiel
During the 50s, the house belonged to a railroad worker, but years later, in 2006, the architect Rubén Pascolini bought it and made a remodeling that led to this loft Industrial styleJuan Montiel Juan Montiel
On the ground floor the garage and the hall are arranged next to a staircase that leads to the first floor, where there is a large living room with wood protagonist and windows. This space opens to a patio and a striking kitchen decorated in reddish tones.Juan Montiel Juan Montiel
The last floor houses the bedrooms, one of them with bathroom included.Juan Montiel Juan Montiel Juan Montiel
Nowadays, the house enjoys a cozy and very familiar atmosphere, perfect to enjoy nature in the city.