Bahia Azul House by Felipe Assadi & Francisca Pulido
The house in Bahía Azul is a position towards planning on a slant.
Alternately rather, it is the blend of such a position, a structure that is inclined to take in the slant of the slope where it is situated, with the system created on a few semi-levels that are inside related – evenly, obviously – considering that the house has two contradicting readings: the inside, where life happens in a pretty much ordinary space, in which the perspectives are organized by a progression of openings on an outside divider to the walled in area of the house.
Also, the outside, in which the manufactured, theoretical item, assembles the spot from the pressure created by the corner to corner inverse to the unavoidable horizontality of the ocean. The openings, from a remote place, procure an alternate importance than they would as minor windows.
They distort the article, transforming it into a kind of ruin, without subtle element, frill or further improvements after the first summary.
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