Casa de Campo by José Zegers
by Ted Savage / July 27, 2011
Via @pArq, a bright and simple family home, designed for low maintenance living, in Colina, Chile, offers many windows for plenty of sunshine, passive cooling through cross ventilation and positioning of eaves, and a structually open interior thanks to the curved steel frame construction.


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Primary materials are unpainted wood, slate floor and zinc roofing - the absence of coatings or paints means easier upkeep under the wear and tear of family use. Photo: José Zegers.

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