Vertice Arquitectos designed this modern residence in 2012 for a consumer found in Lomas del Mar, Lima, Perú.
It consists of 2 separate volumes with rock-like varieties that are perched on a hill overlooking the sea.
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We were faced with a plot of land shaped as a quarter of a circumference that had a height distinction of 5.50 meters on the curved side. This side has a privileged see of the sea. In addition, we were conditioned by the construction rules which enabled us to construct 2 terraced levels.
The task is primarily based upon 2 containers, which have been reduce, in order to adopt a “mineral” kind. These diverse volumes have been developed to overhang in purchase to steer clear of the use of excellent contention walls and to create valuable spaces beneath them. They also define the entrance to the house.
The initial volume, located at the highest point of the plot, hosts the major bedroom and has a one level. The second volume, located at the lowest height, has 2 floors, beneath of which the parking location located.
Access to the house is by means of a slopped garden that prospects to the entrance hall, space which articulates each volumes. It takes us to the much more intimate area of the entrance degree and to the stairs. By way of the stairs we attain, in very first place, the principal bedroom and then the social location of the house, situated at the highest height degree.
Due to the present coast regulations all exterior walls are painted white and contention walls are veneered with concrete tiles. Frameworks have been finished in a steel blue look.”floor program
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