Architect Juan Carlos Doblado made the Casa en los Andes (House in the Andes, if that needed to be explained) specifically for its surroundings. When a home is surrounded by the Andes, there’s no way it can be the center of attention. Instead, Doblado took cues from mountain homes around the world and made the view the main attraction.
Mountain homes aren’t worth anything if they don’t let you enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings. Casa en los Andes features wide windows through which the Andes can be seen. Check out the gallery for more.
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