Modern Wooden Alejo’s House Of Chile By Ida Pilar Silva MondselewskyJune 5th, 2011 - Posted in Modern House
This house is a new wooden house designed by Ida Pilar Silva Mondselewsky Architects. Building a wooden house is located in Peñalolén, Santiago, Chile. This house has an area of ??30 x 50 mts length of the house is situated vertical to the length to take advantage of the views of the garden and sunny north orientation. Basically this house towards the south with a length meghadap front consists of 2 volumes closed. Which has two sides of the horizontal and vertical sides. Section vertical side is more dominant use of wood as the main design, while on the other hand, to the north house is fully opened to receive the sun and to take advantage of the scenery of fruit trees and endemic Hawthorns.
This modern wooden house building other than as a dwelling house can also be used as office or meeting place. This house is home to multi-functional modern design. Ida Pilar Silva Mondselewsky founded this house with independent access to the second level where the office is located. Office was established in the open terrace that crossing so that it is possible to see the skyline of Santiago. Most of the design of this house made ??of wood goal is to provide shade and freshness on the inside of this house. The design of this house has incredible advantages include reuse of water consumed for irrigation from “Toha system”, the utilization of sludge with the “system quincha” in volumes that allow long-bedroom without a stove in winter, other than that this house has a ventilated ceiling for the volume of wood and cross ventilation. The design of each room is so perfect and modern such as bedrooms, kitchen, double living room and a beautiful natural environment makes this house so charming.