The Pezo von Ellrichshausen's Rode House

The Rode House's architecture is one of the eye-catching structure in recent time. Designed by  Pezo von Ellrichshausen features a se...

The Rode House's architecture is one of the eye-catching structure in recent time. Designed by Pezo von Ellrichshausen features a semi-circular and half conical house that lies on the hilltop of the Chiloe Island.


The structure is defined by the polar array of forty-five rigid frames. While walls and ceilings are clad with boards, a traditional thin wooden shingle covers the conical roof. The architects describe it as both a half and a double house.

The design pays tribute to the traditional carpentry of that region and its constructive solutions.








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