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Structure follow Pezo von Ellrichshausen has put in a lookout tower and a sunken shelter within the Chilean countryside.
The 2 pavilions, named Lama and Rosa, are located on a rural website owned by the studio’s founders Mauricio Pezo and Sofia von Ellrichshausen.
Commenters principally praised the buildings, with one noting, ‘that is the size/measurement at which modernist concepts work fantastically.” Nonetheless, one other criticized the “wasteful concrete constructions”.
Different tales on this week’s publication that fired up the feedback part included Kelly Wearstler’s design for Ulla Johnson’s flagship retailer in West Hollywood, Nike’s launch of Alphafly 3, its newest operating shoe and a floating home in Ecuador by Natura Futura Arquitectura and architect Juan Carlos Bamba.
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