A now-defunct architectural firm in Argentina built several homes in a small village in the Brutalist style, and proved that "concrete and cozy can go together," Sammy Medina writes. "Inside, the concrete is left unadorned save for the odd art print, and is offset only by a few kitchen appliances and pieces of nondescript furniture," Medina writes, describing one of the buildings in the settlement of Mar Azul.

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