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La Lobera, Chile, looks straight to the ocean

By Anca dArc on November 14, 2016

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La Lobera, Chile, looks straight to the ocean

From the architect. The commission is for a meeting place for sailing and wind surf on a site with perfect conditions for these sports. The idea seeks a shelter in this climate that is very austere, extreme, with strong, cold winds. The project achieved three climates: inside it is 100% closed, another intermediate and another open.

The dock achieves the travel between the sea and the backyard, which is protected from the wind, allowing to have a fire pit area outside. The wooden structure as a skeleton is the support for different skins, textures, shadows and lights.

[h/t archdaily.com]

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Architects: WMR arquitectos

Location: Papuya, Navidad, VI Region, Chile

Project Area: 165.0 m2

Photographs: Sergio Pirrone

 

 

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