Zapallar House / Sebastián Mundi + Antonio Mundi

first_imgPhotographs:  Antonio Mundi Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Area:  310 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Houses ArchDaily CopyHouses•Zapallar, Chile Save this picture!© Antonio Mundi+ 26Curated by Danae Santibañez Share ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/887387/zapallar-house-sebastian-mundi-plus-antonio-mundi Clipboard Photographs Projects Chilecenter_img “COPY” Year:  Manufacturers: Casablanca, Coggiola Mármoles, PRIETOArchitect In Charge:Sebastián Mundi, Antonio MundiConstructor:Juan Eduardo SaavedraEngineer:Alberto RamirezLandscape Design:Macarena Calvo, Sofía Calvo, Cristobal ElguetaCity:ZapallarCountry:ChileMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Antonio Mundi“Being part of the geography and landscape of the hill“The main principle of the house’s design is to incorporate the steep slope of the site and the native flora of the hill. The site is located on a hill 300 meters away from the sea, where the seaside fog and the surrounding ravine make an ideal spot for native flora to flourish.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiThe first decision was to create a volume that could be opaque and hermetic to the east but also open and permeable to the west, to enable both the continuation of the landscape of the hill and also to maximise the geography of the site and the views to the sea.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiSave this picture!Lower Floor PlanSave this picture!© Antonio MundiIn order to create the continuity of the native landscape we used green roofs, pebbles, and stones, and architectural related elements such as windows, stairs, and balusters to generate the openings to the sea.Save this picture!Top FloorAs a result, the house “disappears” from the upper level of the site as it follows the landscape of the hill, whilst from the lower level of the site the house “appears” as an independent mass over the site.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiThe design of the landscape looks to keep the existing species, and adding native species only. The shapes of the gardens follow the levels of the site, creating diagonal containment walls and footpaths that contrast with the orthogonal geometry of the house.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiThe layout of the house is arranged around three internal patios, which brings the landscape of the hill into the interior of the house. This also allows natural light to flow into the dark spaces, created by the hermetic volume covered by the geography of the hill.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiThe project is distributed by two terraced levels, making the roof of the lower level work as a deck for the upper level. The upper level has an “L” shape with north-west orientation. This level contains the common areas, the entrance hall, and the master bedroom. The lower level has a series of bedrooms linearly distributed.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiThe entire house is built in reinforced concrete created by thick pine timber formwork, this gives a neutral colour that merges with the landscapes and makes the house more durable against coastal weather.Save this picture!© Antonio MundiOriginally published on January 21st, 2018Project gallerySee allShow lessLiving Architecture ‘Astrocyte’ Questions Whether Buildings Can Think and CareArticlesArchitecture and the Bare Body: 15 Spaces for Healing, Relaxing and BathingArticles Share 2017 Zapallar House / Sebastián Mundi + Antonio Mundi Zapallar House / Sebastián Mundi + Antonio MundiSave this projectSaveZapallar House / Sebastián Mundi + Antonio Mundi CopyAbout this officeSebastián Mundi, Antonio MundiOfficeFollowProductConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesZapallarChilePublished on January 21, 2018Cite: “Zapallar House / Sebastián Mundi + Antonio Mundi” [Casa Zapallar / Sebastián Mundi, Antonio Mundi] 21 Jan 2018. 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