* Residential Architecture: House in Huentelauquen by Izquierdo Lehmann
Posted by the editors on Friday, 6 July 2012
Residential Architecture: House in Huentelauquen by Izquierdo Lehmann: “..This beach house is located on a rural setting in Huentelauquen, Chile, facing the sea from the border of a plain plateau exposed to the strong winds, 40m over the beach. The house was located along this border, sunken to disappear into the landscape, in which only 5 chimneys arise as sea lookouts..In the floorplan, the rooms are aligned and facing the view over the sea, on a bar distanced from the retaining wall on its back, to create a sunken patio away from the wind. The living and dining rooms are open along both sides with large windows, suspended between the horizon and the excavation of the patio..At the same time the patio, which becomes the main space of the house, opens to the horizon through the double glass wall of the living room. It is connected with the interior through the living, to the main suite through the bathroom, on one side, and to the kitchen with the services on the opposite side. The 4 rooms for children/guests are accessed through a covered exterior gallery along the patio..Under the living and dining room, there is another living room with a terrace open to the sea, with a full view of the ocean..” Lovely site, extensive glazing, natural light, ocean views; stone walls, central courtyard..
See our post on another home by Izquierdo Lehmann: Residential Architecture: House at Lake Rupanco by Izquierdo Lehmann.
image: Courtesy of Izquierdo Lehmann; article: “House in Huentelauquen / Izquierdo Lehmann” 23 Nov 2009. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/20474>