* Residential Architecture: La Campana House by Alejandro Dumay + Francisco Vergara
Posted by the editors on Sunday, 19 August 2012
Residential Architecture: La Campana House by Alejandro Dumay + Francisco Vergara: “..The house is located in a rural central valley of Chile, in an area of 10,000 sqm. with a striking visual presence of the Coast mountain and the Cerro La Campana..a strong link between indoor and outdoor spaces, including compounds that integrate the entire family and friends as much as possible, and a special concern for energy efficiency project. The proposal to divide the public program audience (living, dining and kitchen) of the bedrooms, with a covered patio incorporating articulator access, circulation outside and barbecue..East of the volume is located four bedrooms with capacity for 10 people in total, linked by a corridor outside, leaving the senior campuses (living, living room and master bedroom) with orientation towards the mountain range. In these areas extending the height of the space progressively from 2.4 mts. up to 3.5 meters., allowing a full view of the mountains and the surrounding environment..Is defined to work with materials that provide a cleaner process in its preparation, such as wood, concrete and clay. In turn, they are considered passive thermal solutions, such as Trombe walls to the north, cross circulation of air, and shaded and double glazing and solar panels to heat water and photovoltaic panels future..” Extensive glazing, abundant natural light, mountain views; interesting form and interior volumes; extensive interior use of wood: flooring, horizontal wall cladding, ceilings; solar energy; terraces, decks, indoor / outdoor sensibility..
image: © Mauricio Fuentes; article: “La Campana House / Alejandro Dumay + Francisco Vergara” 23 May 2010. ArchDaily. <http://www.archdaily.com/61078>