Posts Tagged ‘Chile’
Sunday, May 28th, 2017
Article source: SAA arquitectura + territorio
The roost is a family-run cabin lodge located in the Andean foothills near San Fernando, in Chile’s central mountain range.
The presence of rivers and large canopies of peumo, quillay and oak forest constitute a natural environment with large ecological and landscape value, making this spot an important place for spotting birds such as the Burrowing parrot.
Image Courtesy © SERGIO ARANEDA
- Architects: SAA arquitectura + territorio
- Project: The Roost / Shangri-La Lodge
- Location: Puente Negro, San Fernando, Central Range, Chile
- Photography: SERGIO ARANEDA
- Materials: Steel, Dimensioned pine and prefabricated panels
- Area: 100 m2
- Project Year: 2016
Wednesday, May 24th, 2017
Article source: Cristian Berrios Architects
The restriction of a square plant (9 x 9 meters) is the context in which the project is developed. A central aisle with a dimension between enclosure and corridor defines the spatial structure that organizes this house. In its geometric center a skylight floods of light both levels crossing the floor of the second level. For this soil, flat steel bars were used, reminiscent of the urban gratings that conceal the installations and an unknown surface of the cities. On this structure, in the center of the dwelling, the experience can be of weightlessness or vertigo, the sensation is tensioned with the skylight that accompanies in concordance.
Image Courtesy © Ignacio Bisbal
- Architects: Cristian Berrios Architects
- Project: CBR House
- Location: San Pedro De La Paz, Bio Bio, Chile
- Photography: Ignacio Bisbal
- Author: Cristián Berríos
- Architects Collaborators: Pamela Cordero, Ignacio Rojas, Simón Guzmán
- Materials: Concrete, Wood
- Surface: 172 m2
Sunday, May 21st, 2017
Article source: Cristian Berrios Architects
From the architect. “Reinforced concrete does not grow like wood, is not rolled like steel sections, is not jointed like masonry. It is more comparable with cast iron, another material cast in moulds, in which through long experience shapes have been developed which lead easily and gently from one constructive element to the next without any shock or sudden break. It is the overall view which, integrating the parts into the whole, conditions these lovely shapes.” (Robert Maillart, 1938)
Image Courtesy © Cristian Berrios Architects
Friday, May 19th, 2017
Article source: Elemental
When we met the client for the first time, he asked us to do house with the color of the shadow. We thought that was an interesting challenge and we accept to design a private house for a rich client, a program that normally we don’t do because not relevant enough.
We were asked to design a summer/winter house in a remote landscape in the most southern part of Chile. More than a design, the client wanted us to consider all the variables that might be the case for the project and formulate an equation with them; the design then had to be just the resolution of that equation.
Image Courtesy © Elemental
- Architects: Elemental
- Project: PIREHUEICO HOUSE
- Location: Antiago, Chile
- Construction: 2004
- Built Area: 350m2
- Budget: US$ 1000 x m2
Wednesday, May 17th, 2017
Article source: 57 studio
Grupo Sud is the conversion of an old perfume factory into an open work space for a holding of 4 companies that are fully integrated in the marketing, production, design and communication areas. The building is located in the city of Santiago, in the “Italia” neighborhood that encompasses design, art and decoration luxury stores.
Image Courtesy © Caco Oportot
- Architects: 57 studio
- Project: Grupo Sud Offices
- Location: Italia, Providencia, Providencia, Región Metropolitana, Chile
- Photography: Caco Oportot
- Software used: ArchiCAD
- Design Team: Maurizio Angelini, Benjamín Oportot, Josefina Mendoza, Marcelo Lepín, Jérémy Délvaux
- Collaborators: Inark, A-Cuadrado, Farmet, Atika, MK
- Area: 1500.0 sqm
- Project Year: 2015
Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
Article source: SAA architecture + territory
The Project is located in Caleta El Sauce, a coastal enclave in the province of Ovalle, north of Fray Jorge National Park. The local population, which is essentially dedicated to fishing and seaweed collection, receives a medical round every 30 days. The project consisted of a temporary installation aimed at receiving and supporting the visiting doctors, as well as providing a social platform from which the landscape is embraced.
Image Courtesy © Sergio Araneda
- Architects: SAA architecture + territory (Cristóbal Vial)
- Project: Rural Health Clinic
- Location: Caleta El Sauce, Ovalle, Chile
- Photography: Sergio Araneda
- Head Architect: Sergio Araneda
- Collaborating Architects: Diego Alvarellos, Carolina Arecheta
- Materials: Moroni Modular Structure, Treated Pine, Oak Beams
- Area: 25 m2
- Project Year: 2016
Thursday, May 4th, 2017
Article source: HSU·RUDOLPHY arquitectos
In our society we customarily perceive architecture as a luxury, understanding luxury as something valuable and at the same time scarce. We agree with the first component of the definition, but with respect to the second point, we as architects have probably not been persistent enough to build a better quality environment, nor inside or outside the Centres. Now if we define luxury as Bruno Munari does, we realize that, in general, high-level architectural production is associated with improper use of costly materials, which produce an equality gap to the extent that the benefits of good design can only be taken advantage of by those that can afford it.
Image Courtesy © Juan Durán Sierralta
- Architects: HSU·RUDOLPHY arquitectos
- Project: Hostal Ritoque
- Location: Playa de Ritoque s/n, Quintero, Región de Valparaíso, Chile
- Photography: Juan Durán Sierralta
- Client: Diego Arenas / Dayenú Vencilla
- Structural Project: José Manuel Morales / Gabriel Rudolphy
- Construction: Juan Tapia / Francisco Tapia / Diego Arenas
- Budget: U$ 650/ sqm2
- Area: 183 m2
- Year: 2014
Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017
Article source: Enrique Browne & Asociados Arquitectos
The rainy city of Concepción, is located in the mouth of the Bío-Bío River, 520 Km south of Santiago. It has aprox. 220.000 inhabitants, but its threshold spans reaches some 630.000 people. The highlights of its economy are the elaboration of steel and the wood industry, both on wide exporting booms. We were asked to design a branch of the ‘Consorcio Nacional de Seguros’, National Insurance Consortium, in a corner site, in front of the only historic and antique church in Concepción, whose façade had been unfortunately reconstructed after an earthquake. Furthermore, it had a front fenced square that impoverished its quality and public character.
Image Courtesy © Enrique Browne & Asociados Arquitectos
- Architects: Enrique Browne & Asociados Arquitectos
- Project: ‘CONSORCIO’ Branch Concepcion
- Location: San Martín Street with Lincoyán Street, Concepción, Chile
- Architect: Enrique Browne
- Associate Architect: Patricio Browne
- Collaborator Architects: Enrique c. Browne, Sebastián Morandé, Davor Mavlovic
- Models: Verónica Celedón
- Builder: Ignacio Hurtado y cia.
Sunday, April 16th, 2017
Article source: Thomas Löwenstein arquitecto
The Project arises from the combination between levels and sights, which on the one hand, proposes relations of spacial interior continuity and on the other, it relates this interior with the horizons.
In the first floor, the main topographic levels were redefined as well as the natural paths that existed in the natural terrain to preserve the sensation of moving in the slope. This condition in addition with the size and orientation of the spans constantly frame new horizons of the beach and valley.
Image Courtesy © Alejandro Galvez
- Architects: Thomas Löwenstein arquitecto
- Project: Casa en Los Molles
- Location: Los Molles, fith region, Chile
- Photography: Alejandro Galvez
- Completion year: 2016
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