Thursday, September 22, 2011

Casa Bross by Alberto Kalach


It is rare for an architect to receive such a level of trust from a client. After two years of construction the Bross house is the result of that trust. Sunlight plays a major role inside every room of the house, as it caresses the surface of its raw materials and blends with darkness in unexpected proportions. The different volumes that make up the house are built on the lower part of a slope, below street level. The house like a maze, seems to always give you the choice of taking a different path; providing views on itself as well as the surrounding landscape. At every turn there are spaces intended to make a pause.

Text: Pedro Rosenblueth via :

Photographed by Yukio Futagawa


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