The latest home to catch our eye is Casa Zapallar, located in the coastal town in Chile. Created by PAARQ architects, the space is based amongst an eclectic array of architecture, with most of the homes in the area making use of the copious amounts of space. The exterior of the home is built with a wooden skeleton and ventilated frontage, with the gray color used to highlight the texture and compliment the different lights during the day.
The interior is a minimalist dream, being completely white and using double height ceilings. Take a look through the gallery above to see the house for yourself.
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