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Contemporary Rock Residence in Chile by UN Arquitectura

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Oct 2, 2012

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The aptly titled Rock Residence is the latest project to be introduced by the design team at UN Arquitectura.

The contemporary home resides in the Santo Domingo beach resort within the central region of Chile. The multi level home is quite spacious, spanning 2,863 square feet over 2 separate levels. The home’s upper level facade is completely black paired with wooden window panes. The lower level features a light colored rock construction that provides the perfect amount of contrast for the dark upper level.

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