Casa parásito (Parasitic house) is a Tiny A-Frame House, focused in solving the basic habitation necessities for a person or young couple: It includes: bathroom, kitchen, bed, storage space and To-be space (eating, working and socializing)
House AO is based within a context where landscape is one of the core conditioning factors for its design. The client requested that the main spaces take part of the best views;
In the Andes, at 3,300 meters and surrounded by the Sincholagua, Cotopaxi, Rumiñahui, Corazón and Pasochoa volcanoes, is the Rumilahua hacienda.
The commission was clear: a home with two pavilions, one for Raúl and his latent family, another one for his parents. Two houses in one: independent and interdependent. Two open links that string together in a horizontal 8, symbol of the infinite, of eternal return.
This artificial geography allows the social areas to approach the trees to enjoy the visual, wind and shade of the morning, likewise, these are supported in the private areas of the house, concentrating on a mass to avoid radiation direct sunlight in the afternoon and conserve heat for the cold of the night
Located in Ecuador, Quilotoa Overlook is a project that has resulted from collaboration between Javier Jorge Andrade Benítez, Javier Mera Luna and Daniel Moreno Flores. From the architect: This Project starts with the acknowledgment of a conceptual challenge which structures the idea that generates the proposal: Which characteristics could an overlook have to be attractive […]