Zupe Home is a good looking home with a picket facade in Santiago, Chile, designed by Iván Bravo Arquitectos in 2014.
The home is positioned on a hillside with a big slope that opens to the south, the land was already consolidated on the time of design: the backyard, pool, and parking are pre-existence of the earlier home and the land situations take advantage of wise resolution to relaxation on present foundations, so the venture takes an unusual complexity and turns into a discreet and silent association of volumes, primarily based on guidelines outdoors itself.
The general public areas are distributed on the primary ground and the personal areas on the second ground, forming a pure and acquainted group during which the worth is given by the connection between full and empty areas, permitting every aspect to be understood as autonomous whereas additionally being a part of a complete. Inside, there may be an obsessive stage of definition in each bit of furnishings and aspect that builds the house, turning the entire into an unrepeatable assortment of design items. On the surface, the prevailing architectural authenticity of the place is revered and the tough and crumbling pores and skin of the home is reworked into an summary and timeless quantity that, with out ignoring the pre-existences, appears to have been in the identical place ceaselessly.
Images by Aryeh Kornfeld
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– by Matt Watts