Casa Gauayacán by Matias Ruiz Malbran
by Ted Savage / September 2, 2011
Via @pArq, a two-bedroom home in the lush setting of San Jose de Maipo, Chile, is "an exercise in symbiosis ... a communion between the environment and design."


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Constructed mainly of wood, with glass and concrete, while "60% of the material comes from the reuse of phenolic shuttering plates." The house is set on posts to accommodate the steep slope with minimal interference. More at Matias Ruiz Malbran. Photo: Matias Ruiz M.

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