Thursday, November 11, 2010

Case Study no.1 Quincha Metàlica, house no.2

This house was much more experimental than the first house. It comes together really well. I liked the triangular windows, the leaning walls and the central staircase. It really kind of made you go wow as you walked inside. Again the interior was homely and comfortable and it still has a Chile-ness about it.

Leaning wall at the entrance

Entrance door to the right

The beautiful staircase

The triangular windows bring the kitchen alive

The staircase again and the metal ceilng framework exposed

A leaning wall and beautiful beams in the master bedroom

The view from the garden and Marcelo talking to Daniela, Giselle and Giorni behind

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