Casa 39 by Alex Plana
Casa 39 (House 39) is a 255 sq m house with a basic floor arrangement for a family that needs three rooms. Furthermore, a little lounge room, which could be transformed into a fourth room administration or guestroom later on, is set somewhat more distant far from the kitchen territory.
The house is settled in an eucalyptus backwoods toward the east of Curicó in Chile’s seventh district.
Amid the development process, we tried to safeguard the timberland however much as could be expected, which inferred fabricating the house on a site with generous lasting shade. Accordingly, a focal component of the outline is a 5X2.5 m inside yard, which serves to disperse the space and guarantee the normal zones are sufficiently bright.
In addition, the family room was raised from a stature of 2.55 m to 5.1 keeping in mind the end goal to both exploit the regular light and make a backwoods’ perspective overhang.
The southern face of the house is hermetically closed from its prompt neighbor by a dark slate divider, which opens towards the east, where the greater part of the vegetation is located.