Wooden house by Hsü Rudolphy peeps from trees near Chilean lake

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The three levels of this house by Santiago firm Hsü Rudolphy step down a sloped site to Rapel Lake, creating multiple terraces and access to the water.

Located roughly two hours South of Santiago, the 244-square-metre Slope House overlooks Chile’s Rapel Lake, an artificial reservoir that feeds into a dam further down the Rapel River.

Hsü Rudolphy, a studio led by Ian Hsü and Gabriel Rudolphy, designed the property to step down a slope to the water’s edge. The upper volume, however, cantilevers over the lower structure, to form a large window topped by a terrace that both offer views of the surroundings.

Photography is by Ian Hsü.

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