Good work was done by architects GSP, is a modern and contemporary home called Casa Torcida in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica Design. A steel frame and concrete slab structure was abandoned by GSP into five levels, 18,000 SF, indoor-outdoor house on a hill overlooking the rain forest of the Golfo Dulce changed. The interior and exterior design with the mixture and the surrounding natural landscape.The modern value is combined with the environmentally conscious, technologically advanced and its modern design. In total, this house is a piece of locals still clearly modern Architects.
Original description from the architects Casa Torcida by SPG Architects :
SPG Architects transformed an abandoned steel frame and concrete slab structure into a five-level, 18000 SF, indoor-outdoor residence on a rain-forested mountain side overlooking the Golfo Dulce. The house is environmentally sensitive, technologically advanced, and modernist by design. A flexible building perimeter provides a seamless flow from inside to out that completely blends the built environment with the natural setting and the spectacular views. The house is energy self-sufficient – appliances and lighting were chosen for low power consumption that is sourced by photovoltaic cells on the roof. Solar hot water panels provide domestic hot water. Maximizing cross ventilation and ample overhangs have eliminated the need for air conditioning in this year-round tropical climate. As a result, this house is an indigenous yet distinctly modern piece of architecture.
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