Chile’s Contemporary CGM House Is Split into Zones

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Located on the rugged terrain of the Chilean coast, this home built by Ricardo Torrejon Schellhorn is a beautiful juxtaposition of so many geometries and angles. Not only that, but a huge functionality hurdle included the use of intimate family time and an “intense social life.”

As described, the sections of this expansive space were divided up into four total areas. All of which are able to accommodate either large or smaller parties for entertaining. Overall, the individual areas are utilized for children, parents, public and service spaces. The rooftop terraces are also available for housing more people in case of an event, atop the timber constructed frame complete with recycled wood planks.

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Photos: Ricardo Torrejon via ArchDaily

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