A farm in Argentina is taking a new approach to grazing their horses. Architecture firm Estudio Ramos designed a modern stale that not only boasts clean lines and an open-air concept, but a seeded roof, allowing horses to graze from above.
Located in La Pampa in central Argentina, Figueras Stable is owned by professional polo player Nacho Figueras, the stable's low-lying, slanted roof is met by a hilltop, where horses can gain access by simply walking up a gradual hill.
According to the firm, the stable's design aims to compliment the natural surrounding s in the area and foster a deeper connection between the horses and humans who care for them. The construction was largely based around the use of poured concrete and hard woods and the views overlook the polo fields, which allows for a unique observation platform for spectators.
Read more at inhabitat.com.
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