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Gatica House / Felipe Assadi y Francisca Pulido

Gatica House / Felipe Assadi y Francisca Pulido

© Guy Wenborne © Guy Wenborne © Guy Wenborne © Guy Wenborne + 24

Rancagua, Chile
© Guy Wenborne
© Guy Wenborne

The design for this house is proposed from the coexistence of two domestic programs: a resident family composed of a couple, and a visiting family composed of 3 children and their families. The program consists of two parts: the first, which takes place in a line composed by the access, dining room, kitchen, common areas and master bedroom, is understood as the "main house". The second, - which should not be dissociated from the former but should retain its individuality - is understood as the elastic program, a portion that is literally inserted within the main volume, whose use is preferably during the weekend.

© Guy Wenborne
© Guy Wenborne

The house, despite its size, works on a single axis throughout the week and grows according to the amount of visitors during the holidays.

© Guy Wenborne
© Guy Wenborne

A result of the above, suggested from the use - or why not, from the program - was the idea of ​​a longitudinal volume composed of a thin sheet within whose main fold is inserted a kind of cluster that will be recognized both from outside and from the inside of the home as an imported element.

The main materials are a metallic structure and glass.

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Cite: "Gatica House / Felipe Assadi y Francisca Pulido" [Casa Gatica / Felipe Assadi + Francisca Pulido] 19 Oct 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/438473/gatica-house-felipe-assadi-y-francisca-pulido> ISSN 0719-8884

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