Architects: Cazú Zegers G.
Location: Camino Punta de Aguilas interior, Santiago, Chile
Collaborator: Grupo Aira (Francisco Garcia Huidobro)
Landscape: Teresa Moller y Asociados
Area: 280 sqm
Photography: Courtesy of Cazú Zegers G, Isabel Fernandez
Architects: Teodoro Fernández + Sebastián Hernández
Location: Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo – Av. Las Flores 13000, Las Condes, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile
Project Architects: Teodoro Fernández Larrañaga, Sebastián Hernández Silva
Collaborators: Paula Orta Camus, Pablo Alfaro Vial
Structures: Santiago Arias Soto, Patricio Bertholet,
Hvac: Gustavo Concha
Plumbing: Kenneth Page
Electricity: Concha & Gana
Pool: Carlos Galvés
Construction: Serinco / Eduardo Effa
Lighting Design: Pascal Chautard / LDD
Client: Club Deportivo Universidad Católica
Area: 4000.0 m2
Photography: Leonardo Finotti
Architects: Gonzalo Mardones Viviani
Location: Hornitos, Mejillones, Antofagasta Region, Chile
Architects Team: Gonzalo Mardones Falcone, María Jesús Mardones Falcone, Luis Morales Gatto, Claudio Quezada Fuentes, Emilio Ursic Marechau, Manuel Fuentes Ramos, Alberto Reeves Droguett, Claudio Leiva Brito, Cristián Romero Valente, Claudio Carrasco Fuentes, Francisco Valdés Donoso, Alessandro Beggiao.
Area: 5800.0 sqm
Photographs: Nico Saieh
In Chile, a very special project is being developed.
Eduardo Godoy, a design impresario who started his business in Chile in the 80′s, has always been an advocate for design and architecture in the country. In Chile, more than 40 schools of architecture have flooded the market, but the ever growing number of professionals has had a relatively small impact on Chilean cities. Seeing the almost infinite landscape of cookie cutter housing in the suburbs, Godoy asked himself: why not break this model into smaller pieces, each designed by a particular architect, each an opportunity for a young professional? With this in mind, and to foster the appreciation for architects, Eduardo and his team at Interdesign started a project called “Ochoalcubo” (Eight-Cubed). His original idea was to make 8 projects, with 8 buildings designed each by 8 architects, to create developments where the singularity of each piece was key, in order to demonstrate how the individuality of the architect could result in good architecture.
Location: Pichilemu, Chile
Architect In Charge: José Ignacio Letelier O., Laura Aldea Dalidet
Calculation: Sebastián Silva Vargas
Construction: Construcciones Carreño
Area: 150 sqm
Photographs: Courtesy of LAARQ