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Thursday, October 01, 2020

Felipe Assadi, Casa Remota in Pichicuy (Chile)

Facing the Pacific Ocean, specifically the surfing bay of Pichicuy, this 80-square-meter house is a modular housing prototype designed by Felipe Assadi with the intention of making it adaptable to any client’s specifications. The prototype was fully executed in the city of Santiago, Chile, in 45 days, transported in 4 hours, and put up in 6. Four identical 3.5 x 6-meter modules contain three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a cellar with laundry, and a central space for the the living, dining, and kitchen area. In the final project, clients will be able to plan their own home with modular alternatives presented via Internet, thanks to a system that allows multiple connections between modules. The structure, made of iron, is covered with a pinewood envelope both outside and in.
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