interiors · October 21, 2021 0


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 , 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