Casa en Morillos is a a pine wooden multifunctional holiday home created by the architect Cristián Izquierdo, on top of a dune in the middle of nowhere in Chile.

The architectural concept derives from two ideas, motel and cabin. To translate it the facade is made with 72 doors made of wood panels offering different possibilities of use depending on the position. When the panels are opened, the rooms and the courtyard can be transformed to an overall space. Tenants can also enjoy a magnificent view of the sea. In contrast, when the panels are closed, guests find themselves in private rooms. The kitchen is situated in the center of the vacation home, accessible for all inhabitants. Next to the kitchen are a common area and three bedrooms.

 

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