Monday, December 11, 2023
HomeHouse DesignStanaćev Granados divides ranges of seashore home with cargo web ground

Stanaćev Granados divides ranges of seashore home with cargo web ground

Chilean structure studio Stanaćev Granados has created a seaside home with a concrete and wood-clad exterior and a cargo web within the ground in Chorrillos, Chile.

Often known as the Primeriza Home, the two,750-square foot (256-square metre) residence was accomplished in 2020 in a small clearing in a cypress-filled hill that slopes steeply all the way down to the Pacific Ocean.

Rectilinear house by Stanaćev Granados
Stanaćev Granados perched Primeriza Home on a cypress-filled Chilean hill

Stanaćev Granados, a Santiago-based studio run by Nataša Stanaćev and Manu Granados, designed the house to benefit from outside dwelling whereas creating a number of inside environments and nooks inside the house.

In keeping with the studio, these twin issues created “many transitional areas” inside the home.

The house’s concrete base is ready firmly into the slope

Two storeys represent the principle physique of the house, with the highest quantity cantilevering over the underside one at factors, all clad in darkly stained wooden. The concrete base is ready firmly into the slope with a semi-buried storage and storage space.

Because the slope drops away, the foundations turn into retaining partitions on the far ends of the plan. A sunken panorama terrace covers the storage because it approaches the principle home.

“Due to the orientation of your entire quantity, the home itself acts as a protect for the southern winds whipping its posterior facade, whereas the
whole entrance of the home stays unaffected by them,” mentioned the studio.

Mudroom at Primeriza House
A southside terrace and mudroom are protected against the wind by earth

A pedestrian entrance was “nested” between the uncovered concrete wall and the landscaped hill. It was meant to be “camouflaged within the vegetation”.

The entry staircase results in a southside terrace and mudroom which are protected against the wind by an earthen wall embedded into the area.

Primary open-plan floor with floor-to-ceiling glazing
Stanaćev Granados wrapped the first open-plan ground in wooden

This entry terrace is clad in glass that enables views by everything of the bottom ground, out to the ocean. The studio described this format and using glass as “kaleidoscopic”.

The first ground – an open plan room with dwelling, eating, and kitchen areas – is wrapped in wooden and has floor-to-ceiling home windows that open the area to a seaside north terrace.

Open weave cargo netting
Open weave cargo netting serves as an overhead play area

The principle ground transitions to the higher stage by a double-height area.

Open weave cargo netting divides the amount and serves as an overhead play area.

Primeriza House
The ocean-facing home is washed in darkish wooden

The protection netting seems once more because the railing of the staircase.

The bottom ground has an analogous wooden cladding to the outside, whereas the higher ground options wooden that has been painted white.

All-white bedroom at Primeriza House by Stanaćev Granados
Every room opens to a linear balcony by sliding floor-to-ceiling glass doorways

“Whereas the primary ground absorbs the sunshine that washes its surfaces from all orientations, the second ground displays the outside colors – it turns absolute white on misty days, and when the climate is evident, it takes on the bluish tones of the sky and the horizon within the morning hours, and stains orange at sundown,” the studio mentioned.

Upstairs, the first ensuite is situated on the japanese finish of the oblong plan and the youngsters’s rooms and playroom maintain the opposite edge.

Every room opens by sliding floor-to-ceiling glass doorways to a linear balcony alongside the home.

A skylight runs down the size of the home bringing gentle into the white-washed inside.

Green roof on top of the garage
A solar terrace is tucked between the inexperienced roof on high of the storage and the lounge

About 800 kilometres north of the Primeriza Home sits one other current Stanaćev Granados design, a cube-shaped vacation home often known as Casa Kuvo.

The images is by Marcos Zegers.

Mission credit:

Structure: Stanaćev Granados (Nataša Stanaćev & Manu Granados)
Inside and furnishings design: Stanaćev Granados
Lighting design: Stanaćev Granados
Landscaping: Vanessa Barrois (Landscaperschile) and Joaquín Lobato
Structural design: Alberto Ramírez
Development: Claudio Lagos, Florent Dromard


Most Popular

Recent Comments