This farmhouse is located in Andes overlooking the Praz de Ming’s temple area, in Santiago de Chile. It was a project by Agraz Arquitectos Asociados. The villa is a beautiful and imposing addition to the landscape, a timeless and elegant piece and it was built in the 1960’s.
The villa suits the beautiful landscape, featuring massive stone walls and a pitched roof with exposed wooden beams. It sits on a 22 square meter area and has its ground floor contained by a huge steel garage that covers all the ground surfaces. The main cottage can be accessed level two through a glass bridge over a glass floor. The first floor contains a double bedroom and two bathrooms as well as a series of smaller bedrooms.
The bedrooms are all bright and open, with full-height glass walls that let in lots of natural light but also maintain a sense of privacy for the tenants living there. The bathrooms are also simple and sophisticated and have white on color walls that meant they look bright, airy and spacious without feeling tiny.
The style chosen for the villa and its interior design are modern, simple and stylish, creating a stylish and inviting ambiance. The materials used are mainly stone, steel, glass and marble, manceling the spaces and mixing and matching the most basic and standard elements to create custom layouts and furniture creations. The outdoor areas are chic and elegant, including a long wooden deck with a Jacuzzi in which one can take a nap, drink coffee, dine or relax.