Casa 11 Mujeres by Mathias Klotz

Casa 11 Mujeres by Mathias Klotz

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Casa 11 Mujeres by Mathias Klotz located in Bernanda, Chile | The Hardt

 

Casa 11 Mujeres by Mathias Klotz located in Bernanda, Chile. The house is a vacation home which sits on a site sloping down to Cachagua beach on the Pacific, 87 miles (140 kilometers) north of Santiago, Chile. The brief was to provide a second home laid out on three levels for a couple with eleven daughters whose ages range from four to twenty and to provide all services, a master bedroom, and spaces for entertaining and guests.

 


 

The site is on terrain with a steep slope, which offers a splendid view of the beach. The 5,231 ft² (486 m²) home has three-stories which are laid out as follows: the plinth is used for the shared spaced and includes a games room and TV room; the intermediate level contains the bedrooms of the eleven daughters, as well as two living rooms for different age groups; the upper level contains the services, the master bedroom, living room, and the family dining room.

 

 

 

 


 

Planned in bare concrete with travertine floors, Casa Once Mujeres adapts to the contours of its site by its extremely compact layout so as to offer splendid views from every room. The terraces are spacious and protect the user from the strong southern winds, while a system of hinged shutters solves the problem of the glare on the west side.

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House L (2007) by Mathias Klotz, Edgardo Minond

House L (2007) by Mathias Klotz, Edgardo Minond

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Situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, House L (2007) by Mathias Klotz, Edgardo Minond | The Hardt

 

Situated in Buenos Aires, Argentina, House L (2007) by Mathias Klotz, Edgardo Minond. The house is located in Olivos, an old neighborhood in Buenos Aires. The site is rectangular 78 ft x 177 ft (24×54 meters) and presents series of trees randomly distributed in the whole area. The project divides the program around the garden, thus allowing the constant interactivity with it in a contemplative way. The program is organized in series of squares linked by a linear circulation. Moreover, the interior spaces are linked to the exterior in more than one face. The materials used are concrete, travertine, steel, and wood, which are linked to the landscape and achieve a fluid dialogue between the interior and the exterior.

 


 

 

 


 

 

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