Cazú Zegers
Silencio House

Silencio House

To invoke the silence without waking up to the time, it suggests gradually, like the opening of a flower, the house waits for light. All its transparency is tinged with lattice and a shed of coigüe. Constant pulse The interior is worked with a tertiary board, to level and define the passage, generating galleries of rough and curved lights. The overhead light marks the defoliation with which the gesture of the house is constructed.

Pucón, IX Región

    • Architects
    • Cazú Zegers
    • Team
    • Grupo Aira - Juan Pablo Almarza / Pamela Liddle
    • Client
    • Federico Assler / Francisca Délano
    • Structural Engineering
    • OPH Ingenieros
    • Technical Inspection
    • Federico Assler
    • Structure
    • Wood carpentry and structure of Coihue
    • Photography
    • Guy Wenborne / Juan Purcell
    • Site Area — 2 hectáreas
    • Built Area — 260m2
    • Year of construction — 2000