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SMOG in Santiago, Chile by Sebastián Bravo

Friday, August 1st, 2014

Article source: Sebastián Bravo

This project is located on the top floor of a building formerly occupied by textile workshops, in the Patronato area of Santiago.

Image Courtesy © Martín Bravo

Image Courtesy © Martín Bravo

  • Architects: Sebastián Bravo
  • Project: SMOG
  • Location: Patronato, Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Martín Bravo
  • Project Area: 140 sqm
  • Construction Year: 2010


Lo Curro House in Santiago, Chile by Nicolas Loi

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Article source: Nicolas Loi

The house is located in LoCurro, a residential area of Santiago, Chile. The area has some hills and forest, with a great view of the city of Santiago. The design strategy is based on a 7 x 25 meter rectangle, located over an existing parking space.

The ground level of the house is a continuous space than contains the family area, living room, dining room, kitchen and an interior courtyard. The bedrooms are located in the first floor, and there is a rooftop terrace on the top of the house.

Image Courtesy ©  Marcos Mendizabal

Image Courtesy © Marcos Mendizabal

  • Architects: Nicolas Loi
  • Project: Lo Curro House
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Marcos Mendizabal
  • Site Area: 5.000 sqmt.
  • Built Area: 250sq. mt.
  • Project year: 2011
  • Construction year: 2012-2013


ARTIAGOITIA HOUSE in Santiago, Chile by Raimundo Anguita

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Article source: Raimundo Anguita

The area is located in Vitacura’s commune, in a residential zone of the 80s where it has begun a renovation of the constructions The order consisted of a modern house for a large family

Image Courtesy © Oliver Yaneza

Image Courtesy © Oliver Yaneza

  • Architects: Raimundo Anguita
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Oliver Yaneza
  • Software used: Auto cad
  • Design year: 2010
  • Construction year: from 2011 to 2012
  • Site area: 1100 m2
  • Building area: 260 m2
  • Total floor area: 440 m2


Apartment Refurbishment in Santiago, Chile by enrique browne y arquitectos asociados

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014

Article source: enrique browne y arquitectos asociados

The Project is the transformation of a 20 year old apartment in a historicist building. Since it´s located in the 6th floor, it has excellent views to a big green area to the west. The remodeling considered a different program from its original, plus a guest room. This and other reasons influenced in the desire of generating bigger and more integrated spaces. The possibilities of intervention were very restrictive because: a) It was a requirement to keep the exterior untouched; b) Almost all the walls were of structural reinforced concrete, and; c) the floor-ceiling height was very low.

Image Courtesy © Felipe Fontecilla

Image Courtesy © Felipe Fontecilla

  • Architects: enrique browne y arquitectos asociados
  • Project: Apartment Refurbishment
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Felipe Fontecilla
  • Collaborators: Hernán Fontaine, Agustín Infante y Nicolás Saieh
  • Constructor: Empresa Constructora Mena e Infante
  • Built surface: 294 m2
  • Project year: 2007
  • Construction year: 2008



Tuesday, June 24th, 2014


The project anticipates the rearrangement of an already existent construction annexed to a small house, in a refuge pavilion with 50 m².

The implanting of the new building follows the limits of this existent construction in the west side, recycling small stone. The opposite side is rebuilt, realigned and, reusing the granite header from the best walls, is created an uncovered yard that serves as entrance and, at the same time, decompresses the proximity with the neighbouring house. This reconstructed element melts itself with the new construction interlinking the granite wall with horizontal slate plates of 3 cm in thickness placed in small stone cubes making a continuous grate that draws the building.

Image Courtesy © Fernando Gabriel

Image Courtesy © Fernando Gabriel

  • Location: Santiago, Penafiel
  • Photography: Fernando Gabriel
  • Structure and Foundations: Fernando Gonçalves, engineer
  • Area: 83 m2
  • Costs: 72 000 €
  • Cost /m2:  867,4 € / m2
  • Project: 2002-2003
  • Construction: 2005-2007



Saturday, June 7th, 2014


“Boulevard Las Brujas” building is the synthesis of the accumulated experience in Retail buildings by the office during the last 10 years, such as shopping centers Pio XI , Luis Carrera, San Felix, Av Peru and others.

The large covering that wraps the volumes that contain shops, helps to give the building a strong appearance, leaving the billboards captivated by architecture.

The corporative images of todays main market brands are far away from what one would like as an architect (far away from the reality), with which we have to work on our commercial architecture.

Image Courtesy © Nico Saieh

Image Courtesy © Nico Saieh

  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Nico Saieh
  • Architects In Charge: Cristóbal Fernández, Andrés Mas, Patricio Pinto, Antonio Mundi
  • Structural Engineer: Eduardo Valenzuela
  • Area: 5.001,09m2
  • Year: 2012


CASA LA CAÑADA in Santiago, Chile by Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

Article source: Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

This house is set on a 1,060 sqm site in the last flat urban area of eastern Santiago before the Andes begin.

The plot is 15m wide by 67m length with an existing garden with mature 40 year old trees.

The original house, built back in the 70’s, took no particular advantage of the garden. Despite being uninhabited for almost 20 years the backyard was luckily well preserved and felt like a forgotten park.

Image Courtesy © Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn

  • ArchitectsRicardo Torrejón Schellhorn
  • Project: CASA LA CAÑADA
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Design year(s): 2011 to 2012
  • Construction year(s): 2012 to 2013
  • Principal(s) in charge: Ricardo Torrejón Schellhorn
  • Client(s): Patricio Perez, Anuschka Bannach
  • General contractor: Eric Meinardus
  • Structural engineer: Osvaldo Peñaloza
  • Software used: sketchup, autocad

Claro-Grossetete House in Colina, Santiago by Juan Carlos Sabbagh Arquitectos

Sunday, September 1st, 2013

Article source: Juan Carlos Sabbagh Arquitectos

The project consists of a single family house located in Chicureo, a very hot zone in summer, which is why the starting point of the project was to take over the climate issue.

Because of this, the house was designed in only one level and is based in courtyards to protect it with the shadows of the trees and being close to the soil moisture.

View from north, Image Courtesy © Francisca Polanco

  • Architects: Juan Carlos Sabbagh Arquitectos
  • Project: Claro-Grossetete House
  • Location: Hacienda Chicureo, Colina, Santiago
  • Photography: Francisca Polanco
  • Structural Engineer: INGEVSA (Eduardo Valenzuela)
  • Builder: Constructora Alcoy
  • Heating Engineer: Nat Clima
  • Electrical Engineer: Concha & Gana
  • Lighting Design: Oriana Ponzini
  • Domotics: Home Control S.A.
  • Landscape Design: Piera Sartori
  • Soil mechanics: GEOFUN

El Alba Showroom in Santiago, Chile by POLIVALENTE Artes & Oficios

Thursday, July 11th, 2013

Article source: POLIVALENTE Artes & Oficios

ASSIGNMENT: Showroom design and construction. Its purpose is to welcome Exxacon potential customers. The showroom must be operative throughout the building labors, showing elegance and the corporate identity that characterizes Exxacon. Its structure must
be developed in a modular shape that utilizes only detachable and reusable materials.

MATERIALS: Chosen materials for the construction are directly related with the objective of achieving a completely detachable and reusable showroom for future Exxacon projects. The general structure is built in steel modular pieces, OSB plaques and structural plywood plaques. Windows are built in aluminum panels and simple crystal. The access is built as a brushed pinewood deck. Exterior screen is made of medestuk chain mail.

Image Courtesy © POLIVALENTE Artes & Oficios

Soplo House in G Santiago, Chile by Cazú Zegers G

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Article source: Cazú Zegers G

This house located atan extraordinary urban space is conceived as a “pavilion opened to landscape”. It´s back coincides with the access. It´s hermetic closed curved walls are inspired in the experience of walking by the Richard Serra sculpture of the Bilbao´s Guggenheim with my daughter, Clara.

Image Courtesy © Soplo Ana Mari Loüpez

  • Architects: Cazú Zegers G
  • Project: Soplo House
  • Location: Santiago, Chile
  • Photography: Isabel FERNANDEZ, Soplo Ana Mari Loüpez
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