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Lo Cañas House / Francisco Abarca and Camilo Palma

  • 00:00 - 8 December, 2011
Lo Cañas House / Francisco Abarca and Camilo Palma
Lo Cañas House / Francisco Abarca and Camilo Palma, © Eugenio Celedón
© Eugenio Celedón

© Eugenio Celedón © Eugenio Celedón © Eugenio Celedón © Eugenio Celedón + 25

Text description provided by the architects. A family home, first home, situated on a plot of fruit trees of various species, arranged in a grid of 5 x 5 meters accompanied by an irrigation system through canals that cross the earth in allits length, each separated also 5 meters.

© Eugenio Celedón
© Eugenio Celedón

The house is inserted in this environment through the use of the spaces between the edges, orshaped space under the eaves on the east, the north terrace and the corridor to the west. The inner courtyard is presented as the intermediate space inside the instrument of order, light, vision and organization of the exhibition.

© Eugenio Celedón
© Eugenio Celedón

The way in which the floor of the house responds to the relationship of these spaces betweenthe fabric of existing trees to cut less trees as possible and to categorize these spaces with the presence of each tree, so the deck is built between two trees and the inner courtyard allows the continuation of an existing walnut.

Elevations 01
Elevations 01

The relationship between the housing section and the volume corresponds to the need to develop a unifying roof, which allows the entry of the sun and protects through the operation of raising or lowering the ceiling levels. Wood is the material that makes up the entire house, which was chosen because of its cost, quality, tectonics and speed the construction processby 3 people. The structure is made of pine walls into two categories, interior and exterior, 2 "x4" and 2 "x 5", respectively.

© Eugenio Celedón
© Eugenio Celedón

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Cite: "Lo Cañas House / Francisco Abarca and Camilo Palma" 08 Dec 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/190104/lo-canas-house-francisco-abarca-and-camilo-palma/> ISSN 0719-8884
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