House H by Jaime Ortiz de Zevallos
Architects: Jaime Ortiz de Zevallos
Location: Lima, Peru
Photo courtesy: Juan Solano
House H has been produced on a 1,000 m2 (10,764 ft2) plot, on an occupied street in the edges of Lima. The venture created as a construction modeling that examinations and perceives the setting, produces ways and handles a broad system while keeping however much open space for scene as could reasonably be expected.
The proposition reacts to the solicitation of the proprietor who looked for security by turning its back to the road and confronting towards the patio nursery and the slopes behind.
The entrance to the house is through a scaffold over a depressed patio nursery that acts as a channel and transitional space between the outside and the inside while turns into a light hotspot for underground studio and living regions while stressing the gateway chain of command.
To acquire greenery enclosure space the house was produced as a three level structure; the study, play room stopping, and administration territory were manufactured underground, while on the ground floor the parlor, dinning, kitchen and office open up looking for perspectives of the scene. On the second floor of the house you locate the private spaces around a family room, controlling the perspectives and keeping up its protection.
The house was assembled totally in cement and steel to express its auxiliary qualities and pliancy permitting it to be formed into volumes that interweave making voids to create light and characterizing the inside and outside spaces.
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