A Concrete Divider Hangs Above An In-Floor Fireplace Inside This Home


Designed as a sculptural element that separates the dining room and the living room, this modern hanging concrete divider has a chimney built into it on one end, and the other is a platform for holding the television. Underneath, the fireplace has been built into the ground. #Fireplace #RoomDivider #ConcreteDivider #HangingConcreteChimney

Architects Ekaterina Künzel and María Belén García Bottazzini have completed a modern house in Argentina, that features an interesting hanging concrete room divider.

Designed to separate the dining and living room, the concrete divider has a chimney built into it on one end, and the other is a platform for holding the TV.

Designed as a sculptural element that separates the dining room and the living room, this modern hanging concrete divider has a chimney built into it on one end, and the other is a platform for holding the television. Underneath, the fireplace has been built into the ground. #Fireplace #RoomDivider #ConcreteDivider #HangingConcreteChimney #TVStand #Concrete

Located directly under the room divider is a fireplace that’s been recessed into the floor. Unconventional in its design, the sunken fire pit keeps the burnt wood within its walls, but allows it to be enjoyed from both the dining room and the living room.

Designed as a sculptural element that separates the dining room and the living room, this modern hanging concrete divider has a chimney built into it on one end, and the other is a platform for holding the television. Underneath, the fireplace has been built into the ground. #Fireplace #RoomDivider #ConcreteDivider #HangingConcreteChimney #Concrete
Photography by Daniela Mac Adden | Project and management: Arch. Ekaterina Kunzel and Arch. María Belen García Bottazzini | Building company: Constructora Correa | Site Supervisor: Arch.Fernando Haller | Collaborators: Arch. Andrés Conde Blanco, Ariel Correa