Santa María House by Etcheberrigaray + Matuschka
by Ted Savage / December 6, 2013
Floating on farmland: Santa María House by Etcheberrigaray + Matuschka, on fruit farmland in Santa María, Chile, is built on pilotis to raise it above the flood irrigation used for the surrounding fruit trees.


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The single simple volume is divided in two, bedrooms on one side, social areas in a section with a variable height ceiling. The glazed northeast facade presents a unified view to the trees for all rooms. The closed southwest wall contains built in closets, master vanity, desk, buffet, kitchen and pantry, designed as a single unit. Photos by Marcelo Cáceres. Via ArchDaily.

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