House In Chicureo II
This house is in a suburb near Santiago with abundant views of the sky. The project is conceived as a large central area symmetrically fragmented into interior and exterior spaces, thus opening to the outside in 3 dimensions, while closing to its edges by 3 sets of rooms.
The roof structure is made of laminated pinewood without exposed metal joints. Its continuous modulation at 62-cm denotes the regime of equalities that governs the project. The triangular fit of this modulation in the three central vertices releases a set of 3 triangular voids on the terraces, which frame the trees and the abundant sky in the distance. The exterior is thus understood from the tripartite order that governs the project.