A two-storey house in Azipita, Lima, Peru which made by 2016 on modern construction and use of traditional materials by Estudio Rafaer Feyre. It lies on the slope in the devastated Valley 90 km from the capital city and 20 km from the coast of the Pacific Ocean. The devastated area is known through the pre-Colombian ruins and full of contrast.
The typical features of the region – the devastated landscape, de nearby flowing river and vineyards, as well: as the historical heritage shape the design of the House in every respect. Traditional materials: such as natural stone, brick and wood are used on sustainable, modern construction to achieve a cozy home.
The detached house located on the hillside and accordingly, the garden is designed. A pool at the bottom of the plot is available immediately and at home tied – beautiful covered terrace with views of the contrast full landscape and vineyards.
So The design the building materials in the outdoor area used are therefore to understand. The traditional editing with carving and decorating items is high in every room. In the culture of Peru is the kitchen Benthic, usually eat-in kitchen, the center of the House. It is in this architect – the whole ground floor is separately as a community space.