Martín Dulanto Architect completed the Casa P12 project in 2012.
This contemporary residence is situated in Cañete, a province positioned in southern Lima Area, Peru.
Casa P12 by Martín Dulanto Architect:
“This project requires component of a individual exploration where distinct blocks and the vacuum generated among them are the protagonists.
The volume was proposed as a large white box that has been excavated and inside which seem different “buckets” with numerous supplies (wood, exposed concrete, and so forth.).
These “cubes” seem, along the complete project, at distinct scales: from the main cube, white and container of the whole project, to medium sized cubes as the wood (kitchen), exposed concrete (primary bedroom), and painted yellow (guest bathroom), reaching smaller sized cubes , as some furnishings.
The social location of the first level was turned with a dual objective: To guide the social area to the park in front of the residence, but also to the boardwalk and the beach. And to break the continuity of the orthogonal walls of nearby homes, producing a specific perspective from the road to the park.
The project has the following environments:
- 1. Level One: Master bedroom (with stroll in closet and bathroom), main room, secondary living space, guest bathroom, kitchen, laundry, clothing lines.
- 2. Basement: 3 bedrooms(with bathroom), with capacity for 4 persons each and every, living space, courtyard with reflecting pool, area service, bathroom service.
- 3. Terrace: 2 rooms, dining room, bbq area, deck, pool.”
Pictures by: Juan Solano
TAGS: Cañete, Contemporary Residence, Lima, Martín Dulanto Architect, Peru
CATEGORIES: Bedroom, Home, Interior Design, Kitchen, Living Space, Terrace
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