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建筑师:LAND Arquitectos

地点:智利圣地亚哥Las Condes

设计组:Cristobal Valenzuela Haeussler, Angela Delorenzo Arancivia


摄影: Sergio Pirrone

项目面积:166 sqm

合作者:Juan Carlos Muñoz, Gonzalo Arteche


施工:Cubica 3







Architects: LAND Arquitectos

Location: Las Condes, Santiago, Chile

Design Team: Cristobal Valenzuela Haeussler, Angela Delorenzo Arancivia

Project Year: 2010

Photographs: Sergio Pirrone

Project Area: 166 sqm

Collaborators: Juan Carlos Muñoz, Gonzalo Arteche

Engineering: Cargaz

Construction: Cubica 3

Modeling of the site work in conjunction with the architectural design of the object, so as to bring the natural outdoor space into the work.

This project is generated from the landscape, like a terraced garden, folds from the beginning to the end of the land, through tiered planters, stairs and pots, finishing in a central pot, a place where there was an old Damascus in the field, content between the two main areas within the project. The light work aims at a permeable space between outside and inside to find the passage of day, through skylights and glazed skin along almost half of the perimeter of the project.

White interior color, and furniture into a work of mirror reflections and notes also provide shade from the vegetation surrounding the project. One of the perimeter walls of brick, go inward, a way to connect visually with the exterior. Spatially this is also achieved in the living space, to be able to open two of its sides completely. From the program, the two main areas are physically separated but connected visually and spatially, through the central courtyard of Damascus. The main skylights through the project by increasing the perception of outer space within the project.

Passive sustainable strategies apply:

The sauna facing north to raise their internal temperature. The garden is designed for the collection of species and food species such as Capers, Lavender, Rosemary creeping Laurel eating, herbs, and a place to farm. Thus, the landscape is an “active landscape,” meaning that it is a landscape that fulfills more functions that exist only to be observed.