SGGB Architects developed the CBI House in Puerto Varas, Chile where the greatest challenge was thermal optimization. Spread out above three floors, the property was created within a clearing on a plot of land with ample vegetation.
The clearing has a 15% slope and had considerably less plant life so it was the excellent spot to create the home. It also manufactured way for the most quantity of normal light given that there have been much less trees correct there.
One more necessity was to maximize the normal light so there are broad openings to let the light pour in. They also manufactured a stage to do as minor to affect the earth as attainable which is why they chose the spot they did.
The main floor is an open, public room that homes the kitchen, dining, and residing space. The 2nd, a lot more private level includes the bedrooms, and the tiny, top level is a bureau-hatch.
Due to the large amounts of rainfall, the framework sits over the ground heightened by a technique of wood and concrete.
This side of the residence opens up with huge expanses of windows and a deck that runs the length of the home.
The interior has a really Scandinavian feel with plenty of white and black details, and wood accents.
The windows frame the green vegetation outside reminding you you are in the woods.
A hallway is stored light with the aid of the floor-to-ceiling windows that span the length of it.
Strategically positioned skylights add to the home’s brightness.
Pictures © Sebastian Guevara Sinclair.