The house is set up in such a way that it is perceived to be smaller than it really is, becoming up to 15% smaller than an average house existing in the club, prioritizing the relationship of architecture with the natural terrain.
The land was cut before designing the project, so the house has been raised in such a way that it fits to the current cut of the land generating a platform. This contains the service and is the main block of the house (white box), which has been oriented so that the sea can be seen from this point. The social area is located in the first level of this block (second level of the house). A space that, on the axis of visual to the sea, has both faces open. And rather its lateral faces are closed, because they structurally load these two levels of the house and configure the volume. In this way, the platform allows the social area to extend to its surface (external social area).
Likewise, the search for a relationship with the outside is present in the vertical circulation of housing. A free and sculptural staircase unfolds between the block and the ground, linking the three levels of the house. The sculptural form with the background of landscape generates, in the social area, another visual focus opposite to the view of the bay.
The third and last level, which completes the block on the platform, contains the private area of the house: The bedrooms. On this level both the main room and the guest room enjoy a panoramic view of the horizon. Both rooms have a white aluminum lattice that finishes configuring the volume of the block andallows to cover the entry of sunlight and gives them privacy. The two remaining rooms are properly lit and ventilated by high windows.
设计单位：Martín Dulanto Architect
合作团队：Emilio Jordan, Fernandez Dora, Gonzales, Luz Vega, Luciana Escobar
项目地点：卡尼特岛 拉斯帕尔马斯俱乐部 秘鲁
Architect: Martín Dulanto Architect
Project Manager: Miguel Gutierrez, Raúl Montesinos
Collaborators: Emilio Jordan, Fernandez Dora, Gonzales, Luz Vega, Luciana Escobar
Location: Club Las Palmas, Asia, Cañete. Lima Peru
Land area: 504.17m²
Structural Engineer: Jorge Avendaño
Year of design: 2015