Architecture studio Felipe Assadi created Casa Bahia Azul, a massive yet delicate concrete home on the Chilean Coast conceived to “leave the user in complete isolation”.With a very specific function in mind, a painter’s studio, the architects have managed to really take advantage of the incredible surreal landscape and inserted this small jewel in its natural rough terrain. The natural seems to take over and the architecture piece becomes slowly a part of it. To preserve the intimacy sought by the owners, the access is made through a hidden dug staircase placed beautifully in the earthy foundation.
The elongated rectangular shaped house is oriented towards the natural elements seeking inspiration and relaxation.
Natural earthy hues have been used in the interior design scheme, maintaining the overall atmosphere as peaceful and serene as possible.
A small interior patio preserving a tree has been added as an extra insertion of the natural in.
From the watery front, the architectural sculptural piece blends in perfectly as a massive insertion in the rocky steeply terrain, surrounded by lush green vegetation.
The terraced rooftop has been left to the natural element,which tends to discretely take over and really mask the insertion.
The existing scenery has been treated as a photography snapshot, perfect for a planter’s studio.
Image courtesy to © Fernando Alda
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