Casa A by Moure Rivera Arquitectos
by Harry / July 29, 2010


A house in the Chilean coastal city of Santo Domingo inspired and informed by Euclidean geometry.



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"The house A comes from a reflection and study of the structures generated by implicit form, where in part by depriving the subject of its traditional meaning or associations, meaning emerges only by functional approaches. By changing the visual design and the perception of these forms, considering the object from formal positions over space and time, as a sign or fragments detached from a conventional meaning, they acquire meaning in themselves."


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The house has a program developed in 187 sq. meters, the inside has four rooms, three bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, loggia, barbecue area and terraces.


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