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Casa Cien by Pezo von Ellrichshausen

Casa Cien by Pezo von Ellrichshausen is a concrete home and studio

Chilean architect Smiljan Radic designs Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2014

Chilean architect Smiljan Radic designs Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2014

Perched on a clifftop along the Chilean shoreline, this idyllic residence forms part of a self-sustaining community

Perched on a clifftop along the Chilean shoreline, this idyllic residence by architecture studio L2C forms part of a self-sustaining community that produces its own energy and water, and deals with its own waste

Chilean studio MAPA referenced local vernacular building techniques by placing two sheds within a larger one for this family house in the forests of the Andes mountains in Chile

Chilean studio MAPA referenced local vernacular building techniques by placing two sheds within a larger one for this family house in the forests of the Andes mountains in Chile

Chilean studio MAPA referenced local vernacular building techniques by placing two sheds within a larger one for this family house in the forests of the Andes mountains in Chile

WA House by MAPA references colonial-style Chilean residences

Architecture studio MAPA borrowed elements and colours typically used on colonial-style Chilean houses to create this bright red residence in a winemaking region near Santiago.

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Casa Pezo is first of 12 architect-designed dream houses

Chilean architect Ricardo Torrejón wanted to integrate the garden into this concrete house in Santiago, so he added huge windows at the back and glazed recesses along the front and sides

Chilean architect Ricardo Torrejón wanted to integrate the garden into this concrete house in Santiago, so he added huge windows at the back and glazed recesses along the front and sides

Chilean architect Ricardo Torrejón wanted to integrate the garden into this concrete house in Santiago, so he added huge windows at the back and glazed recesses along the front and sides

Chilean architect Ricardo Torrejón wanted to integrate the garden into this concrete house in Santiago, so he added huge windows at the back and glazed recesses along the front and sides

The exterior of this water tower in Chile was designed by architect Mathias Klotz to ripple like a pond disturbed by gentle winds

The exterior of this water tower in Chile was designed by architect Mathias Klotz to ripple like a pond disturbed by gentle winds

  • Occa.cl

    This pic should be a gif. Looks so much better with the wind