SHOTGUN HOUSE is a house model designed with SIP panels (Structural insulated panel). These panels are prefabricated building components installed in the Chilean market and available through different suppliers throughout the country. Its technology is simple and arises in the US in the 1930s.
Alejandro Soffia is an architectural practice based in Santiago, Chile.
Architect (2004) and Master in Architecture (2011), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Has a personal interest in construction technologies and biomimetic design. Has done design development and technological research in Chilean Schools of Architecture. Work and though published in diverse international magazines like Arquitectura Viva, C3, Domus, Detail, Taschen.