The reversal of the traditional arrangement of living spaces on the first floor and bedrooms on the upper floor, advocates for contemporary living, emphasizing common areas, interconnectivity, and flexible workspaces with plenty of natural light and engaging with the surrounding urban context of Chicago.
The brief responds to the needs of four different families, 14 people in total, that decided to build a second home together. Therefore, multiple and divergent preferences of the different owners are congregated in one single volume.
A mirroring scenario invites visitors to a Chilean Park to experience public space in new and unexpected ways.
A historic avenue in Santiago is updated to keep up with the cultural necessities of today’s citizens.
A single-family house in uptown Santiago de Chile.