Three-Storey House Architecture in Chile by Pezo von Ellrichshausen

This vertical house architecture has three-storey design that built by Pezo von Ellrichshausen Architects in San Pedro, Chile for large family living place. Designed for a family of six, has a plan for a three-story house five bedrooms, three bathrooms, living room and office. The architecture of Chile is the high point of the property to take advantage of fantastic views. This is an extremely concrete facade layer of copper oxide repellent for protection against heavy rains. “Fat-oxide, we thought hard print quality natural areas, midway between the minerals and vegetables,” explained the architect. Large external emphasis Windows is monolithic, while flooding interiors with natural light. Inside the home offers a bedroom on the first and third floors, with residential space in the center. Close All rooms have central spiral staircase that goes from top to bottom.[source]
{Photos: Cristobal Palma}

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