B8 House


56.02 Architects designed the B8 House located in an area characterized for strong winds that run through the pacific coast.

Here is the project description:

All the “wet” areas and the BBQ are condensed in a one wall that runs through the entire south facade, this decision helped to create more flexible spaces.

One of the main goals was to expand the constructed area, without increasing the original budget assigned to the house, to the related activities and situations that would be developed considering the owners life style. In order to achieve this, an articulating interior patio was proposed with the same dimensions of the standard module that is used in the house entry. This operation allowed the formation of an open outdoors space, protected from the wind and also a terrace, located with the same orientation as the mentioned outdoors space, towards the exterior.

To divide the different spaces, the boundary material selected was sliding glass panels. This sliding operation allows to create different spaces, in addition to that, the onsite furniture plus the non existence of partition walls, results in a house where the divisions and subdivisions are only applied trough these glass panels and furniture.






Photos by Alejandro Gandarillas


Via ArchDaily

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