These are several campsites developed in both the Pumalín National Park and the Patagonia National Park. In each one, modules of public bathrooms are mainly developed together with a series of barbecue areas, which are located in each place.
The latter were built based on recycled wood structures of coigüe, oak, and laurel, among others. The roofs are based on larch tiles, also recycled, or prepainted zincalum sheets. Like the wood in the structure, the benches and wood inside were also made from recycled wood.
The bathrooms were built with reinforced masonry walls and a pine wood roof. Exterior stone cladding from the area. Tiled recycled copper cover.
Windows and doors in larch wood.
Francisco Morandé Ruiz-Tagle & Douglas R. Tompkins.