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Ryue Nishizawa X Los Vilos, Chile: Mesmeric oasis

Choosing a Pritzker Architecture Prize winner to design your house by the Pacific Ocean, you’re sure to step into a dream. Inspired by the ocean’s waves, Ryue Nishizawa chose to extend the curved roof to the floor to embody the water’s perpetual movement. Entirely made of glass walls, this 50-meter-long house creates a unique dialogue with the surrounding nature. By itself, the construction is an invitation to travel, and this feeling is supported by a minimalist interior design made of wood and raw concrete. Located in Los Vilos, 250km away from Santiago, this Brutalist vault dominates one of the wildest lands of the Chilean coast. Beware: there’s a high risk of being mesmerized…

Ryue Nishizawa X Los Vilos, Chile: Mesmeric oasis

Choosing a Pritzker Architecture Prize winner to design your house by the Pacific Ocean, you’re sure to step into a dream. Inspired by the ocean’s waves, Ryue Nishizawa chose to extend the curved roof to the floor to embody the water’s perpetual movement. Entirely made of glass walls, this 50-meter-long house creates a unique dialogue with the surrounding nature. By itself, the construction is an invitation to travel, and this feeling is supported by a minimalist interior design made of wood and raw concrete. Located in Los Vilos, 250km away from Santiago, this Brutalist vault dominates one of the wildest lands of the Chilean coast. Beware: there’s a high risk of being mesmerized…

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