Situated on a sloped terrain in Talca, Chile, this surprising looking one-floor residence was designed by Chilean studio Supersudaka and occupies an area of 1,120 square feet.
The roof is probably the most intriguing architectural element of the Kiltro House in Chile, especially designed in order to serve as an outdoor terrace for the inhabitants. Offering a vantage point over the entire region, this is the perfect place to enjoy moments of relaxation. The roof also blocks excessive sun exposure, while relating to the hill topography of the environment.
The living spaces are organized around a central patio. With the help of floor to ceiling windows, all the rooms open up towards the valley and hills beyond. Moreover, the interior spaces are connected and the room to room transition is very subtle. The interior design is minimalist and tasteful, with wood employed throughout, inspiring a feeling of warmth. The overall result? A serene crib, just five minutes away from the urban racket.