Irregularly Shaped House With A Small Grove Of Eucalyptus And Pine Trees
On The Site

Irregularly Shaped House With A Small Grove Of Eucalyptus And Pine Trees On The Site

This residence was designed by Rockefeller Partners Architects on a spacious plot of 10,000 square meters. Not quite this place was buildable because of its irregular shape and a small grove of eucalyptus and pine trees, but the house turned out to be quite a large project nonetheless. The house is also irregular in shape and is split into two wings to maximize views and reduce bulk. Thanks to this shape and a lot of glazing, almost every room in the house is connected to the outside area and has access there. At the heart of the home is a large fireplace that starts in the living room and then penetrates the outside wall to form a wedge-shaped landscape feature and finally the pool wall. [ Rockefeller Partners Architects | Photography by Eric Staudenmaier ]

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