Palacio Las Majadas in the commune of Pirque, Chile is a magnificent castle originally built in 1905 as a home for the Subercaseaux family. Designed by architect Alberto Cruz Montt, this French Renaissance style building is surround by 7.5 hectares of park area.
Maldonado House designed by Matías Silva Aldunate Arquitecto is located on a slope by the lakeshore in Lago Riñihue, X Región (Los Lagos Region), Chile.
This modern family retreat enjoys plenty of privacy and spectacular views of the glacial lake.
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Hotel Antumalal located on the shores of Villarrica Lake near Pucón in Southern Chile is an understated luxury boutique hotel with a rustic feel. Designed in the Bauhaus revival style of the 1950’s by Chilean architect Jorge Elton, the hotel is a little piece of heaven on earth. Antumalal means “Corral of the Sun” in the local Mapundungun language.
Located in the coastal city of Valparaiso, Chile, the Lofts Yungay II collective housing building is a modern hill side project that blends in with the urban landscape. Each unit has an individual colour. The units are placed at different altitudes following the slope. The building project contains 20 lofts each with a small terrace garden.
This floating house in Archipelago Guaitecas, XI Region, Chile designed by Sabbagh Arquitectos is a floating sanctuary on the sea. The project was commissioned by fishing company Multiexport Foods for the purpose of building a relaxing environment for their employees while they are working in the fjords of the Aisén Region.
This modern house in Santiago, Chile designed by 57 Studio is surrounded by old growth trees. The house was designed to respect the native trees and landscaping value. The “H” form of the house so that it adapts to the site without touching the trees.
The Posada de Mike Rapu lodge at explora en Rapa Nui on Easter Island, Chile is a remote paradise on a hilltop. Architect José Cruz Ovalle designed the structure to have minimal impact on its natural surroundings, which was the first in South America to obtain LEED certification. The intimate interiors offer expansive ocean views and integrate aspects of the local culture. Travellers can enjoy the beauty and tranquility of this mysterious destination while using the lodge as a base to explore the famous Moai carved-stone statues, whose origins remain a mystery today.