Home Designs Published by Niklas Larsen, Friday, December 23rd 2016, 10:17:38 AM.
The Kiltro House in the town of Talca, Chile has been built with constant changes in its building processes. The program changed in building permits, the surface the contractors and even the view it captures. The result is a mix design between roof terrace and patio. The architect, Juan Pablo Corvalán of Supersudaka combined all architectural design resources possibilities to ease the challenge. It was important to make a home that can fill many functions and utilize its site in this Chilean central valley. At the center of the home is a glass box with view into the other rooms. The use of glass continues to the side of the home for the purpose to look out to the serene valley and lets the light in. The glass box also surrounds the stair to the ground level. The home’s exterior is decorated with wood that gives classic and natural look in its surrounding. The final touch is the roof deck which is linked down to a long ramp. ( a long ramp that surrounds the home ). The design makes the entire roof a usable space in warm weather. If you need more information, you could visit persudaka's site: supersudaka.cl/
This amazing villa was built for a couple who returned to Colombia from Spain. This villa seems has been built with the spirit of its vast and spacious surroundings. The building has lots of open spaces, spacious floor plans large doors and large windows to enjoy the scenery. Warm and dry weather in Colombia help the designer to optimize the design to maximize the view of the scenery with all the large glasses, large windows and doors without worrying about heat insulation like homes from northern hemisphere. Also, it was important to install a beautiful pool to enjoy the dry warm weather. This house is so amazing. The design is defined by pure volumes with character. It is styled with the wooden accents, and blessed by the beautiful scenery. The home looks like a great place for the family to spend their weekend. The architect of the home is Juan Esteban Correa.
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