location: Pachacamac, peru
design team: s. barclay – j.p. crousse
project team: a. otero
built surface: 230 m2
photographer: j. solano
Located in a gentle slope of Lurin valley, the house acts as a frame and a shade for living in a mild desert climate, where the ambiguity between exterior and interior spaces is pushed to its limits. A concrete frame connect three living spaces that emerge from the slope and project to the landscape. Each living space has its own open space, and can hold different simultaneous activities within the house.