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Young chilean architect Harald Opitz shared with us this impressive hotel located in the deep chilean south, that uses local wood for its skin, made in part of sticks. THE PLACE The arrebol hotel is placed on the south-east border of Llanquihue lake, in the city of Puerto Varas. It is located in a 14.000 mt2 of forest area, with native trees, lagoons and four centenary trees. Also, this area, is completely irregular, because of the shrubbery, ravines and little rivers. By the other hand, the entire hotel looks to the city and the lake. THE LOCATION The hotel is built on the border of the superior area of the forest. In front of, this you can find a big slope and also the best view of the city, lake and horizon. There you can see too, the four trees that inspired the arquitecture and distribution of the volumes of the hotel. View more View full description
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