Quebrada Honda Home / Abarca Palma Arquitectos
Textual content description supplied by the architects. A single-family house, positioned on the southern hillside of Domeyko Bay in entrance of the Llanquihue´s lake views. These two traits are the primary points that outlined the order and form of the home. Given the necessity to have essentially the most public venues with a frontal view of the lake, the primary areas are organized within the entrance.
Likewise, the staggered technique responds to the topography of the hillside with a quantity that descends diagonally by the slope, maximizing the seize of the northern solar to counteract the few hours of solar from southern facades. The amount goes down with the bottom in 4 ranges, from essentially the most non-public to essentially the most public areas.
Solely half ranges separate the primary three platforms, the master suite within the first, the kids’s bedrooms and school room within the second, and the kitchen, laundry room, eating, and lounge on the third as essentially the most public stage, which opens fully to the lake. On the fourth stage, there’s the storage, parking, and principal entry.
Spatially, the three inside ranges are conceived as a sequence of areas related by a aspect stairway that intermittently descends, leading to a steady area on the north façade. The north, west, and east façades contemplate better openings by the uncovered timber construction.
In distinction, the south façade was designed with punctual and directed openings. Your complete quantity is inscribed below an inclined roof based on the slope, which protects the home from rain and wind with perimeter eaves.
The constructive proposal consists of a blended prefabricated system primarily based on SIP panels as a thermal envelope of 160mm contemplating slabs, partitions, and roof. Uncovered timber buildings had been used for pillars, diagonals, beams, and window frames. Foundations and containments are made up of a bolstered concrete wall on the base. The higher platforms are supported by an remoted basis that helps a mixt construction of metal and timber beams that holds the SIP slab on every platform. Within the interiors, timber parts had been mixed with white ending partitions and ceilings.
The corrugated zinc exterior cladding, each on the façade and on the roof, offers materials continuity on all its opaque faces, combining with uncovered timber parts behind the glazed façades.