Rustic materials and a contemporary design form the El Boldo House. Situated on a cliffside overlooking Zapallar bay, the home is protected by large stone walls. The structure itself is comprised of two floors constructed from a natural palette of concrete, wood, and marble. While the lower level is reserved for guestrooms, the upper houses living spaces and the master suite. The interior adopts a liner layout creating a seamless transition between rooms and the outdoor terrace. This horizontal composition runs parallel with the bay, affording expansive views throughout. Encased in floor-to-ceiling glazing, the inside is immersed in the surrounding landscape and flooded with natural light.
Photos: Nico Saieh / SUN Arquitectos