House in Morrillos, Chile
Architect Cristián Izquierdo created a pine wooden multifunctional holiday home opening up to a long beach, on top of a dune in the middle of nowhere in Chile.
The house can host up to three couples. The architectural concept derives from two accommodation types: motel and cabin. Motels are commonly associated with a possibility of anonymous stay, while cabins are mostly used as places of communion. Izquierdo’s ‘Casa en Morillos’ wants to combine both worlds. (Images © Cristián Izquierdo)