Argentina's concrete One Column House is as unique as it is functional. The house, designed by German firm NE-AR, is actually an extension to a summer house located on a lake in the Patagonia region. Curbed National recently profiled the 7,750-square-foot space, known by its main feature – the single central torquing concrete column that supports the board-formed concrete form.

Lest you think the central column that gives the house its name is all for show, the architects will have you know that it also accommodates a small fireplace and ensconces the pipes for a rainwater drainage system.

Read More