The communal spaces on the top floor of this three-story residence open up to ocean views.

Three bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the first level. Each room can adapt to accommodate a varying number of occupants.

Featuring a thin, concrete roof that appears to hover over a concrete mass, Nabuco House by Argentinian architect Pablo Gagliardo sinks into a gently sloping beachfront lot in Maldonado, Uruguay.

The house is split into three levels.

The house is split into three levels. 

Courtesy of Agustín Javier Rojas

Three bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the first level. Each room can adapt to accommodate a varying number of occupants.

Three bedrooms and bathrooms are located on the first level. Each room can adapt to accommodate a varying number of occupants. 



Courtesy of Agustín Javier Rojas

The 3,251-square-foot residence is surrounded by trees and native vegetation, and has a pool that faces a peaceful beach.  

The third level can be totally opened up to fuse indoor and outdoor space.

The third level can be totally opened up to fuse indoor and outdoor space.

Courtesy of Agustín Javier Rojas

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