House on the Andes by Juan Carlos Doblado

This beautiful mountains house is designed by the Peruvian architect Juan Carlos Doblado and sits right near the Andes, in Peru. The luxury house consists in two distinct concrete boxes, enriching the relationship with the topography of the land.

The principal idea was to maximize the natural view of the mountains and to perfectly integrate in the surrounding landscape. Yet, the inside design is as important as the exterior one. Each room of the house has an entire windows wall, made from mutiple sliding glass screens.

The available space is divided between the both volumes. The first one includes the kitchen and some of the bedrooms. Also here you can find the main bedroom which is designed as a balcony, with a superb view of the mountains. The second volume consist in two guest bedrooms and the family room.

 

 



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