Location: Chorrillos, Chile
Site size: 1 acre
Project size: 1,800 square feet
Program: The house, built for a single family with three children, characteristically includes living and dining spaces along with a master bedroom and supplementary, bunk-style bedrooms.
Solution: The house sits among the rolling hills of Chorrillos, Chile. Its one-story, bar-like structure with a gabled roof extends along an east-west axis. The residence is entered from a deck that connects the main volume with a storage shed. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring in daylight as well as views of the landscape and the coast.
Construction and materials: The house has a pine wood frame including exposed trusses and a roof clad in pre-patinated zinc.
Total project cost: Withheld
Client and owner: Francisco Reutter
Completion date: September 2018
WMR arquitectos, San Patricio 4150 Vitacura, +56993455298
Personnel in architect’s firm who should receive special credit: Felipe Wedeles
WMR Arquitectos (Landscape, Lighting, Acoustical)
Metal/glass curtain wall, glass, skylights:
Washington Alvarez Ruay
Cabinetwork and custom woodwork:
Paints and stains:
Cipa (walls), Loba (floor)