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* Residential Architecture: Mountain House by David Guerra

Posted by the editors on Sunday, 1 July 2012

Residential Architecture: Mountain House by David Guerra: “..The idea was to create a house linked to nature which works as a big deck of contemplation and sociability using natural material to make an atmosphere of snugness in a contemporary proposal..All private and social areas were developed in one single level which faces the mountains. The verandas of these premises are turned to a grassy courtyard where the swimming pool with a deck, a douche, a water mirror and a cascade is located..Another challenge was the reconcilement  [sic] of the steel structure which was used in the living room, the veranda and the bedrooms with its reclaimed wood coating and with the conventional structural system of the rest of the project..The materials were chosen with the aim to combine beauty, snugness and ease of maintenance and to create a contrast between natural and technological materials such as reclaimed wood, stones, earthenware, bamboo, tile, fiber, metal, stainless steel, double glazed and laminated glass, glass tile, anodized aluminum, wood venetian and tecnocimento..”  Extensive glazing, natural light, views; interesting interior volumes and materials sensibility..

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image: © David Guerra; article: “Mountain House / David Guerra” 27 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/91620&gt;

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