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Lautaro House in Linares, Chile by Felipe Alarcón Carreño Arquitecto

Tuesday, April 11th, 2017

Article source: Felipe Alarcón Carreño Arquitecto

Buildings not only convey their physical characteristics, but also symbolic values attributable to experiences and memories, including what we imagine and what we know.

In the case of a house, the bond between the user and the building represents a relationship that gains in symbolic value with everyday use.

Image Courtesy © Pablo Casals Aguirre

  • Architects: Felipe Alarcón Carreño Arquitecto
  • Project: Lautaro House
  • Location: Lautaro 860, Linares, Chile
  • Photography: Pablo Casals Aguirre
  • Collaborator: Juan Paulo Alarcón
  • Structural adviser: Pedro Bartolomé
  • Construction: Felipe Alarcón-Darwin Barra
  • Constructive sistem: Steel structure


RF.C9 in Valparaíso, Chile by Gonzalo Iturriaga | Arquitectos

Tuesday, April 4th, 2017

Article source: Gonzalo Iturriaga | Arquitectos 

Refuge for a mountaineer. The commission consisted of a roof, a kitchen, a bathroom and one room. The necessary to start at dawn the route traced the day before.

The proposal consists in constructing through planes and angles a cover that in its folds allows the entrance and in its cuts the exterior views.

Image Courtesy © Gonzalo Iturriaga

  • Architects: Gonzalo Iturriaga | Arquitectos
  • Project: RF.C9
  • Location: Comuna de San Esteban, Valparaíso región, Chile
  • Photography: Gonzalo Iturriaga
  • Surface: 60 M2
  • Year of construction: 2015-16


The Folding House in Chile by B+V Arquitectura

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Article source: B+V Arquitectura 

The project is located near Lake Rapel, on a site of 896.5 sqm. This is characterized by a privileged view of the lake and a strong slope in most of its development. The budget forces to minimize the intervention in the slope, containing the largest amount of program in the minimum of flat space available at the beginning of the site. This, together with the high temperatures presented by Rapel’s microclimate in summer, implies the following problems: high program density, excessive solar radiation and lack of comfortable space for recreation.

Image Courtesy © Rodolfo Lagos Berardi

  • Architects: B+V Arquitectura
  • Project: The Folding House
  • Location: Chile
  • Photography: Rodolfo Lagos Berardi
  • Software used: Autocad and 3ds Max


Casa Chamisero in Santiago, Chile by GITC architecture

Tuesday, March 14th, 2017

Article source: GITC architecture

A.- DESIGN BRIEF and SITE considerations.

  1. The Project consists of a single family home in a suburban zone, north of Santiago, in a semi-arid climate, with a long summer season (7 months) and low winter temperatures. It is located on a private lot, very close to freeways that connect to the city, but in it is also surrounded by nature, isolated from construction and neighbors.

Image Courtesy © Felipe Díaz Contardo

  • Architects: GITC architecture (Felipe Vera Buschmann, Rodrigo Belmar Expósito)
  • Project: Casa Chamisero
  • Location: Chamisero, Colina, Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Felipe Díaz Contardo
  • Client: Rodrigo Lopez Pizarro
  • Collaborating architects: Laura Cuesta Hernández, Carlos Estay Olguín, Felipe Muñoz Sepúlveda, Camila Pérez Arévalo
  • Structural Calculation: Engineer Roberto Soto
  • Electrical Project: Rodrigo García Pino
  • Health Project: Mauricio Bonnefoy
  • Illumination Project: Sebastián Díaz R.
  • Material: Reinforced concrete seen, steel, native wood and glass coverings
  • Constructora House: Ricardo Solís Ltda.
  • Construction Works Exterior: GITC Ltda.
  • I.T.O.: GITC Ltda.
  • Constructed area: 767, 7 m²
  • Year of construction: 2014


Pergola Pavilion in Santiago, Chile by PAR Arquitectos

Sunday, March 12th, 2017

Article source: PAR Arquitectos  

An isolated and open construction, next to an existing swimming pool, was ordered at the end of the house garden. The place is presented with an outstanding geographical support, which contains and frames a privileged green environment, typical of the pre-mountain range area east of Santiago.

The project strategy refers to the pergola as an architectural reference; That light and autonomous frame as an integral support of nature and multiple activities.

Image Courtesy © Diego Elgueta

  • Architects: PAR Arquitectos (Pablo Lopez, Alvaro Cortés, Tomás Pardo)
  • Project: Pergola Pavilion
  • Location: Lo Barnechea, Santiago, RM, Chile
  • Photography: Diego Elgueta
  • Area: 52 mts2 / 1.114 mts2
  • Year: 2017


El Internado in Valparaíso, Chile by Fantuzzi + Rodillo Arquitectos

Friday, January 20th, 2017

Article source: Fantuzzi + Rodillo Arquitectos 

The project involved the rehabilitation of a former boarding school built in the late nineteenth century, in the area of Cerro Alegre in Valparaíso. In a slope and with access to two pedestrian streets, the building is located above the Dimalow promenade overlooking it with its main facade while releasing a backyard towards the Caracoles passage.

Image Courtesy © Pablo Blanco

Image Courtesy © Pablo Blanco

  • Architects: Fantuzzi + Rodillo Arquitectos
  • Project: El Internado
  • Location: Cerro Alegre, Valparaíso, Chile
  • Photography: Pablo Blanco and José Benasco
  • Team project:  Roberto Fantuzzi, Jaime Rodillo, José Tomás Caballero, Mercedes Angulo
  • Construction company: FRAC Ltda.
  • Manufacturers: Santa Elena Mastering workshop, Perfilam, Sonam, Biotung, Tarkett, Patagonia glass
  • Area: 810 m2
  • Project Year: 2015


Pabellón de Cuatro Usos in Los Vilos, Chile by FELIPE ASSADI ARQUITECTOS

Thursday, January 5th, 2017


The commission was for a pavilion bordering a tennis court that could handle four programs in the following order: sauna, gymnasium, baths, and lodgings for a caretaker. The two central programs were to be related to the ten- nis court, but not the lateral ones. At the same time, the three sports-related programs were to be interconnected, whereas the lodgings were to be isolated from the rest.

Image Courtesy © FERNANDO ALDA

Image Courtesy © FERNANDO ALDA

  • Project: Pabellón de Cuatro Usos
  • Location: Los Vilos, Chile
  • Photography: FERNANDO ALDA


Astronomical Observatory YEPUN in Bío Bío Region, Chile by SUSANA HERRERA & FACTORIA

Sunday, December 25th, 2016



The reconciliation between tourism and communities has transformed Lake Lanalhue into a natural, economic and political resource. We are aware of being part of  our own time and place, in the Arauco province  where tense ancestral and  historical demands are taking place,  a complex period in many aspects, and instead of avoiding the implications that this entails, we decided to face this period by contributing from what we know best, and this is to act from within the territory with the architecture that makes us the most sense, that is the architecture whose action transforms and summons the encounter of worlds that at times seem so distant, but that share a specific place of the planet, a common place in the Cosmos.



  • Location: Region of Biobío, Lake Lanalhue QUELÉN Tourist Center, Chile
  • Software used: Autocad, 3dS Max, Rhino
  • Project Team: Rodrigo Troncoso, Diego Triviño, José Miguel Heras, Gonzalo Escudero
  • Graphic Design And Astronomical Management: Marcelo Cifuentes
  • Strucural Project: José Nicolás Durán
  • Construction: Quelén Construction Limitda
  • Year: 2016


CCBRACH in Santiago, Chile by Ipiña+Nieto Arquitectos

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Article source: Ipiña+Nieto Arquitectos 

The project is set surrounding a library that is intended to be the core of the Cultural Center.  This space turns into a meeting point where all circulations begin and end.

Image Courtesy © Ipiña+Nieto Arquitectos

Image Courtesy © Ipiña+Nieto Arquitectos

  • Architects: Ipiña+Nieto Arquitectos
  • Project: CCBRACH
  • Location: Calle Mac Iver 225, planta 15. Santiago, Chile
  • Client: Republica Federativa de Brasil
  • Project Team:  Tadea de Ipiña Mariscal, Jorge Nieto Pujol
  • Collaborators: Ignacio Hornillos
  • Construction: CVC Constructora
  • Area: 350m2
  • Project Year: 2014/2015


VPVC Office in Vitacura, Chile by DRAA

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Article source: DRAA 

The VPVC office is a project commissioned to solve the demanding layout for a new bureau of lawyers, located in a single 500 sqm story of a translucent curtain-wall building with a single central circulation core in Santiago. Our proposal resulted the winner in a private competition.

The programme requested contemplated allocating 23 individual lawyer’s offices, 4 secretaries, accountants, interns and an area of services.

Image Courtesy © Felipe Camus

Image Courtesy © Felipe Camus

  • Architects: DRAA
  • Project: VPVC Office
  • Location: Vitacura, Chile
  • Photography: Felipe Camus
  • Design Team: Nicolas del Rio, Felipe Camus
  • Collaborators: Magdalena Besomi
  • Constructor: Fyg
  • Main Material: Madera lenga, IGNISTERRA
  • Área: 500 sqm
  • Year: 2014


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