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Friday, May 29, 2009

Playa la Isla house - Juan Carlos Doblado

The house is located on the seafront, overlooking the islands of Asia (Peru).


Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

The project aims to demonstrate the connection between an abstract architecture and its surroundings, establishing a relationship between man and nature, between the desert and the sea. The desert generates the need to create a private area in the vastness of its territory; the ocean invites to open their horizons.

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

The logic used in the design of this house is subtractive. The consignment was seized with the maximum constructible area through a rigorous geometric solid volume, which was then drilled generating a sunken courtyard. The terrace roof is a front overhang with the same proportion of the gap in the courtyard, a “displacement” of the horizontal plane of the roof.

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Thus, establishing a vertical relationship with the sky and another horizontal with the sea. This is achieved at a dialectical relationship between architectural enclosure and openness, transparency and opacity, privacy and exterior.

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors
Location: Playa La Isla, Asia, Cañete, Peru
Structural Engineer: Pedro Moscoso
Electrical Engineer: Abelardo Grados
Sanitary Engineer: Gonzalo HerreraSite area: 209 sqmConstructed Area: 258 sqmProject year: 2007Construction year: 2007Photography: Elsa Ramírez

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

Architecture, Design, House, Interiors

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