The rectangular-shape land has a surface of 4187 sf and truly spectacular views. The common area includes swimming pool, living room, patio, kitchen and services.
The concept was to integrate the apartments while keeping them as independent volumes, one on top of the other, thus generating diversity in the composition of the interior and exterior spaces of each apartment.
The elongated shape of the property allowed four apartments of about 1, 830 sf each. The structural solution generates wide open spaces, without any elements and large clearings are created with movable closings that permit fading out the interior-exterior relation.
It is a project with a major architectural program resolved strategically to fully profit from the space. This house won 2010 Silver Medal Awards at the Biennial of Mexican Architecture – Photos by Eduardo Hirose.
Location: Playa, Lima, Perú
Architects: JSª – Javier Sánchez, Irvine Torres, Juan Reyes, Héctor Hernández, Francisco de la Concha
Renders: Gerardo Fonseca