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Contemporary House with Roofed Two Level Exterior Terrace

Thu, Sep 24, 2009 | Modern home designs | By Mike

Doubleview House is a contemporary family home designed by Chilean architects Benjamín Murúa and Rodrigo Valenzuela of Murúa-Valenzuela. The exterior two level terrace is a center place in the house which crosses it from one side to other. The terrace is roofed and designed to make it possible to take advantage of surrounded landscape and views, as well as the platformed garden. Although the house was organized not only around the terrace but also around other public spaces. The terrace is what connects these spaces to more private spaces like bedroom area and children rooms. Bedrooms for the children and their study and play room is what form childrens’ area. Although the house shape and materials used in its constructing aren’t something unusual, they make it look contemporary in this area. [Murúa-Valenzuela]

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  1. Rakesh Babbar Says:

    I am very much impressed with the house called Casa N and located in Guadalajara, Mexico, pictured on your website. As I am also thinking of building a house with quite similar needs on a plot size of 10mtr x 25mtr, was wondering if the same architecture and look is possible… I need one bedroom, kitchen, dining and a formal drawing room on the ground floor and about 500 sq ft in basement with media room and a guest bed and a hall. Need 3 bedrroms with attached bathrooms and walkin closets on the first floor. If you think we can get a similar front elevation and a similar feel of the interiors, please write back. As i would like to see few rough sketches. Thanks and best regards. Rakesh Babbar,

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