594 20:03 - Architecture in Chile

eshop.publisher: The Japan Architect
eshop.release_year: 2020
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For many, it is the utopian vacation homes that brought Chilean architecture into the international spotlight, and yet now we are beginning to see a different group of architects investigating less individualistic visions. Chile’s idyllic landscape offers a perfect canvas for its architects to express poetry in their designs. As they engage with public or non-profit projects that focus on social and sustainable issues that had little traction under Chile’s oppressive military regime (1973–1990), they seek to forge a new cultural identity in a united land. This issue features a variety of work by Smiljan Radić, Max Núnez, Cazu Zegers Architects, OWAR Architects, Guillermo Acuna, and others.

CHILE #2 – Architecture since 1990 | Diego Grass

Sebastian Irarrazaval | Casa 2Y
Smiljan Radić | House for the Poem of the Right Angle
Smiljan Radić | Prism House + Terrace Room
Pezo von Ellrichshausen | Loba House
Max Núnez | Ghat House
Guillermo Acuna | Isla Lebe
Ortuzar Gebauer Architects | Palafito del Mar Hotel
Cazu Zegers Architects | Hotel of the Wind – Tierra Patagonia Hotel
Coz, Polidura, Volante, Soto | Museum of the Atacama Desert
Undurraga Devés Architects | Retiro Chapel
Emilio Marín, Juan Carlos López | Desert Interpretation Center
Max Núnez | Glass House
Undurraga Devés Architects | Ruca Dwellings
OWAR Architects | Housing Complex in Quinta Normal
Izquierdo Lehmann Architects | Cruz del Sur Building
Cristián Fernández Architects,Lateral Architecture & Design | Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center
Joaquín Velasco Rubio | Dinamarca 399
Cecilia Puga, Paula Velasco, Alberto Moletto | Palacio Pereira


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