When cross ventilation is one of the only natural resources of indoor comfort , maximizing the experience of connection with Nature is a must. Singer house was designed and built in 2015 and accommodates 8 people on 300 square meters. The use of glass as a construction material allows the user to connect with expansive views of Marino Ballena National Park and also helps bring natural light into the space all day long . Natural light also kills damp during the rainy season. Sunsets can be enjoyed from almost every room in the house as the experience of watching the Whale’s Tail appear and disappear with the tides is a unique experience.

Casa_Uvita_13

Both accordion doors open allow cross ventilation in the Living Room

A balcony shades the terrace during hot days

A balcony shades the terrace during hot days and a 7 meter long opening in the living room connects the user with the Marino Ballena National Park

 

Casa_Uvita_35

Balcony views

Tropical modern architect Gloriana Mejia

North West facade

Tropical modern architect Gloriana Mejia

Expansive views from shaded terrace and infinity pool

Tropical Modern Architect Gloriana Mejia

Integrated kitchen and living room with small office

Tropical Modern architect Gloriana Mejia

View from Porch into the Whale’s Tail

Tropical Modern architect Gloriana Mejia

Large main access to the house

Tropical modern architect Gloriana Mejia

Infinity pool

Tropical modern architect Gloriana Mejia

Dry landscapes minimizes damp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

%d bloggers like this: