Olaya House by David Ramirez

Colombian architect David Ramirez has created the Olaya Home.

Completed in 2011, this 4,628 square foot, modern house is found in Llano Grande, Colombia.

Specifically striking is the single dark brick structural wall that intersects the rest of the beige structure for an imposing contrast.

The dark brick can be appreciated each from the interior and exterior of the residence.

Olaya House by David Ramirez:

“It is a single household dwelling Task, positioned 45 minutes away from Medellin city, Colombia. The house first level is a entirely united block, but clearly zoned by its utilizes, services, social and personal locations.

At the providers location the residence contains garages, a bedroom for service personnel, laundry and storage.

At the social spot you will locate a generous kitchen that opens to the dining area and principal hall, that leads to the outdoor deck by way of a large door. The private location has 3 bedrooms each and every 1 of them with services of toilet, shower and a strolling closet.

The social and private areas of the property are separated by a massive black stone wall, that can be observed both from the within or the outside of the house and it is of wonderful structural importance for the home, this wall allows within a social bathroom and 2 separate chimneys 1 companies the main bedroom whilst the other one the main lounge.

The 2nd level is accessed by means of a sculptural stair, starting at the 1st degree social area.

Second level is easy, but good and cosy, it makes it possible for 2 generous places meant for a personal study and host bedroom, plus 2 massive terraces that invite you to enjoy the outdoors.

The terraces are connected by way of a bridge which crosses the interior of the home 2nd level. Except for the wonderful black stone wall, the house facades are developed in pail Milano bricks, that offer fantastic power to the volume and mixed with the enormous windows allows you to have a permanent communication in between the within and outside of the dwelling.”

Pictures by: Camilo Duque

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