DS The house is located in a nearby wooded rolling terrain and the forest Quatre piliers. It is oriented north and south to join two clear, maximizing views of the environment. Access and public areas are oriented toward the sun, while the rooms are furnished to the north, like a periscope to view the trees.
The wooden structure is covered with a blind species of the same material, sorted and abstract on a scale that coincides with the ground where the house is available. The framework generates a series of narrow patios, and a system of traffic winding into the house.
The sequence of internal and external spaces generate multiple views, from the same inside through their backyards to remote places away from home. The wooden house is designed under the main principles of substantive development. This translates to significant energy savings through its brightness and a great alignment with their natural environment through the form and material.
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