Tunquen House by Christian Beals V
by Mike / September 9, 2010
Via @pArq, a hillside house on the central coast of Chile made "to function as a refuge for non-permanent use. Three of its walls are quite opaque, shaded from the sun and wind with only small openings which allow views. The south facade is completely transparent allowing the complete passage of light and views of the beach and wetlands of Tunquen."

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