A grand lookout overlooks the imposing natural setting and allows for expanding the visual boundaries of the plot
The main challenge of this residential project was integrating a house into a natural environment with rugged topography, maximizing views and natural light while preserving the sense of openness and connection with the landscape through a design that minimized visual impact.
The entire project is developed under a roof that acts as a large lookout overlooking the imposing natural context and allowing for expanding the visual boundaries of the plot. This space becomes one of the main protagonists of the house, creating a place for gathering, relaxation, and contemplation.
The color and texture, combined with its great durability over time, were the main reasons for choosing exposed concrete as the material to provide the character and appropriate presence that this project needed.
Inside, the decision was made to create a warm materiality using cherry oak wood, natural stone, and ceramic floors. The use of these materials extends from the interior to the exterior, enhancing this relationship and creating a sense of a unique and continuous space between both areas.