The architecture of the Villas emerges from fundamental aspects of the territory. Soil and sky determine the structure of the valley, and this project proposes a suspended space between these two natural planes. The villas are developed in the forest and towards the river, structured on few concrete walls opening towards the mountains, trees, and sky views.
The white color, inherited from the Casas del Valle, promotes the intense light of the Elqui, which is manifested by contrast in a landscape also full of contrasts, where green stands out from the aridity of the earth, and the blue of one of the cleanest skies in the world contrasts with the brown hills.
The interior of the Villas is spacious and stripped of ornament, creating a space that encourages relaxation and close contact with nature, in which the exterior landscape is the protagonist.