Cristobal Palma brings to life Pezo von Ellrichshausen Architects‘ Cien House. Nestled on top of a grassy hill in Concepcion, Chile, this beautiful home and large workshop were designed with the concept of “decisive coincidences”, for the architects themselves. This video allows us to experience a day in Cien House, taking note of each nook and detail. Enjoy!
More videos by Cristobal Palma at ArchDaily:
Water Cathedral (GUN Architects)
Memory Museum (Estudio America)
Gimme Shelter at the Shenzhen & Hong Kong Biennale (Sebastian Irarrazaval + Hugo Mondragon)
Ultra light village (Clavel Arquitectos)
Color Shadows (Eduardo Castillo)
Nicanor Parra Library (Mathias Klotz)
El Porvenir Kindergarten (Giancarlo Mazzanti)
Flor del Campo School (Giancarlo Mazzanti + Felipe Mesa)
Sports Facilities (Giancarlo Mazzanti + Plan B)
Clifftop House in Maui (Dekleva Gregoric Arhitekti)
W Houses (Barclay & Crousse)
Cristobal Palma (1974, Oxford, UK): Based in Santiago, Chile, Cristobal’s work spans architecture, urban and documentary photography. He studied at London’s Architectural Association School of Architecture (AA), and his work has been published in numerous titles internationally, with recent commissions by: The New York Times, Monocle, Wallpaper, Domus, Dwell and Architectural Digest. He lives in Santiago, Chile, and works both with architects in Chile and abroad. Follow Cristobal on twitter @EstudioPalma and Facebook.