Residential building in Chile.
The Bio-Bio province (Chile) Appeared very custom home. The architects had the task: design a home with minimal impact on the surrounding forest. As a result, the house turned out to "break" and multilevel. However, natural wood, and a large number of windows allow owners to feel in harmony with nature.
House project made by architect Sebastian Irarrazaval.
Chilean architect Sebastian Irarrazaval finalized a private house locatedin a forested area in the province of Bio Bio. Working on the project, the designer took into account all the features of the local topography, so the house seemed "down" cascade down the slope.
House, "descending" the slope.
different breeds were used for constructionnatural wood. Since the house is located on a slope, located within a few stairs, which have not only a practical purpose, but are elements of minimalist decor.
Inside the house lined with natural wood.
Living room with views of the Pacific Ocean.
Multiple windows allow sunlightto penetrate inside the house during the day. For owners with every room offering stunning views of the forest foliage. And in the living room on three sides offering stunning views of the Pacific Ocean.
Master bedroom with views of the Pacific Ocean.
Next to the kitchen is built from the outside wooden deck, where, if you wish, you can arrange outdoor lunch or just relax in a hammock.
Another "slipping" the house is located in Japan. The desire of the customer to be closer to the natural origins of Japanese architects embraced literally and built a house on a hillside near the river. From a distance, it seems as if Pitched roof slowly "slide" down, dragging the entire 3 floors.