The Chilean architects of Supersudaka realised this wood cladded single family house with a highly sophistcated roof construction.
“This project is almost a statement of how to accomplish architecture in Latin-america.
The process was so unsteady, that all possible architectural design resources available where exercised to cope with the challenge of this house in the Chilean Central Valley.
Everything was in constant change: the program, the surface, building permits, the contractors, even the view !
The modus operandi is rather based on mistakes than certainties.
The result: a mix, a bastardized design, a fusion, like a crossbreed dog, in Chilean: