A vacation home for a family designed by Santiago-based Cazu Zegers.
Sitting atop a pleasant and continuous evergreen meadow, overlooking the inner sea of Chiloe Island, this is both a half and a double house.
The house is located on a terrain that has a 25º inclination, facing the Pacific Ocean.
Home for a family on the slopes of a hill located in the southern sector of Laguna Aculeo, Paine, by Cristian Alvarado Espinoza.
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The house is in a residential area at the foothills of Los Andes mountain range, in Las Condes, Chile.
The architects and clients wanted to work with local artisans and employ local materials, while minimizing the impact of the pavilion upon the landscape.
Using a ventilated facade on all sides and a system of piles, the shelter functions as a hermetic element suspended on the ground that from specific openings uses the rising current of the mountain to ventilate its interior.