Designed in 2011 by RRMR Arquitectos, this up to date three-storey residence is situated in Panamericana Sur, Peru.
Description by RRMR Arquitectos
The design is proposed in a compact stretch of land on the second row, positioned moreover an open park, which permits three ground´s top. It was chosen a compact and stable celebration however on the identical time harmonic, labored as an enormous carved block. Consequently, particular consideration was given to inside area and its visible to the atmosphere. There are three visible axis that relate to totally different ranges and its directionality with exterior areas. The primary axis is horizontal and steered to the park. Perpendicular to it’s the second axis which is vertical trying in direction of the sky and the third one directing the view in direction of the ocean. These three axis merge in a single house that integrates not solely an important visuals however the social and intimate areas.On this ambiance, integration of conceptual visuals is achieved, in addition to the practical integration of all areas via a spiral staircase bonding the second and third ground. Leaving the primary flooring to parking and providers areas. Gentle enters by way of visible frames protecting all the home. Regardless of the home is compact, this impact offers the feeling of lightness and amplitude. The remainder of the constructing closes to the atmosphere giving it extra privateness and avoiding neighbors’ registry. The inside-exterior relation is emphasised by these visible frames. We selected to depart the social areas within the third ground, to make the most of the ocean view over the primary row terraces. Within the first ground we recognized areas which required rather a lot much less illumination similar to service and parking areas.
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