Home Over The Pacific

It may not be crazy high-tech architecture, but there’s something about this Chilean home hanging over the Pacific that has me glued to the screen with a mixed feeling of complete awe, peace, and envy. (Pics)

The materials, the clean design, the floor plan, the breathtaking views, all of it, make it the perfect place I want to live in.

Divided in three floors, Casa 11 Mujeres (House 11 Women, named like that because it was designed for a family with 11 daughters, ages four to twenty) was built with bare concrete with wood floors, glass, and steel on a 45 degree slope looking down Cachagua beach, 87 miles north of Santiago de Chile. The bottom floor contains shared spaces, while the second level has the daughters bedrooms-all overlooking the sea-, and the top floor has the master bedroom, kitchen, living room, and dining room.

Breathtaking views, all of it, make it the perfect place I want to live in.

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Casa 11 Mujeres (Eleven Women House), a cliff-top house near Santiago in Chile by architect Mathias Klotz.

 

 

 

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Casa 11 Mujeres (Eleven Women House), a cliff-top house near Santiago in Chile by architect Mathias Klotz.

 

 

 

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