Remote House (2014) by Felipe Assadi

Remote House by Felipe Assadi situated in Pichicuy, La Ligua, de Valparaíso, Chile | The Hardt

 

Remote House by Felipe Assadi situated in Pichicuy, La Ligua, de Valparaíso, Chile. Completed in 2014 the 860 ft² (80 m²) home was entirely built in the city in 45 days, moved in four hours, and installed in 6 hours. In four identical modules of 11.5 by 19.5 ft  (3.5 by 6 meters), we distributed a program that consists of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a pantry with a washing machine, and a central living space, dining room and integrated kitchen. The house is mounted on metal pillars on the site previously arranged in a regular pattern so that the installation of the modules could even be decided on site. All facilities, both plumbing and electrical, are made in a factory and are ready to be connected once the modules are installed.

 

 

Photos by Fernando Alda


 

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