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This concrete home is anything but plain and old

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What are your thoughts on concrete homes? Plain façade and simple architecture? Well, you might be willing to change your perception about concrete homes once you have a look at this incredibly designed angular concrete abode, placed amidst the breathtaking hills of Chile.

Felipe Asandi Arquitectos designed the whole structure by using reinforced concrete slabs as the basic building units. The house flaunts a simplistic style while being modern in its aura, thanks to the cantilevered swimming pool and a balcony that stretches along the length of the structure. Moreover, the entryway of the home is covered with concrete overhangs while its interior features warm wood and neutral colour palette to bring out the home’s minimal facets as purely as possible. The house would truly make you believe in “less is more”.

All Images: © Fernando Alda

Architects: Felipe Asandi Arquitectos

h/t: Curbed

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