The Tunquen country house is projected by architects from Branko Pavlovic + Pablo Lobos-Pedrals studio and constructed on the Pacific’s shore, at Tunquen beach (Valparaíso Region, Chile). This residence is performed of natural pine wood and grounded on the concrete basement 35 meters above the sea level. It contains a spacious parent’s bedroom, two children rooms as well as a guest zone of open design, which conjoins a restroom, dining room and kitchen and provides fascinating ocean view. Absence of any communications at the given area makes this project be totally self-sufficient due to solar panels and waterpump, which helps to draw water out of the well. Such conditions force the dwellers to save water and this is fully justified, considering the peaceful surroundings instead of noisy city.

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