House in Huentelauquén
This vacation home is located in Huentelauquén, facing the sea, forty meters above the shore. It was placed buried along the border of the plateau, leaving five chimneys protruding over the horizon. On the ground plan, the rooms are aligned in a bar distanced from the retaining wall of the land, to form a sunken courtyard sheltered from the wind.
The patio, which is the main area of the house, opens to the horizon through the double glazed window of the living room. The master bedroom with its bathroom, on one side, and the kitchen with the service quarters, on the opposite side, communicate with this living room from the inside.