Native architect Tomás de Iruarrizaga has designed Casa Granic as a household vacation dwelling situated on a hillside by Riñihue Lake in Chile’s Los Ríos area that was “designed for year-round residing”.
Iruarrizaga designed the 500-square-metre home with a timber-clad higher stage that bridges two rectangular concrete constructions.
Giant home windows on all sides of the higher stage present views of the encompassing panorama, together with the lake, mountains and close by Mocho Choshuenco volcano.
Bedrooms and en-suite loos are situated within the two concrete constructions, that are separated by a lined outside house resulting in a decked patio overlooking the lake.
A wood-clad construction containing the kitchen, open-plan residing and eating room, and extra bedrooms, extends throughout the concrete volumes and open house beneath.
The house’s laminated wooden construction was left uncovered and inside areas had been completed with wooden cladding.
The open-plan residing and eating room is completed with picket furnishings, a wood-burning hearth, and floor-to-ceiling glazed doorways that open onto a patio.
Within the kitchen, picket items are organized in a U form with home windows above searching to the panorama.
One facet of the pitched roof extends over the opposite to create a sequence of high-level home windows that may be opened for air flow.
“This house is designed for year-round residing and options ample lined areas for work, storage and recreation,” stated Tomás de Iruarrizaga.
“It additionally offers environments with totally different orientations and views that change radically with the seasons, so you possibly can take pleasure in each the wet winter and the extreme summer season solar,” the architect continued.
Tomás de Iruarrizaga is an architect and designer who specialises in designing properties and shelters in excessive or distant locations.
Different Chilean homes which have lately been revealed on Dezeen embrace a U-shaped seaside home by ERRE Arquitectos and a spherical lakeside dwelling with cantilevering wood-clad packing containers by Izquierdo Lehmann.
The images is by Cristóbal Palma.
Architect: Tomás de Iruarrizaga IRUARRIZAGA
Structural engineer: Cristián Sepúlveda
Builder: Mauricio Urzúa