Casa Seta And Its Stunning Rooftop Terrace

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Architect Martin Dulanto Sangalli was in charge of this project completed in 2012 in Lima, Peru, Casa Seta, spread on two levels. The first level hosts the social areas, such as living and dining room, kitchen, bar, terrace and the private ones, such as the main bedroom and three secondary bathrooms with their own bathrooms, plus a guest room.

The benefit is that the private areas with the bedrooms can be separated from the social ones through sliding doors and so the inconvenient of having every important room set at the same level disappears. A small area with cantilevered structure, part of the social space makes the transition to the outside, colliding with the exterior garden.

The second floor is entirely dedicated to a terrace. There, living and dining areas, barbeque, bar, pool and resting spaces are set using rustic elements and reinforcing the connection with nature through the vegetation included in the interior space.



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