It is a 2-story house plus a loft, located on a hillside with extensive ocean views. The house is built on wooden pillars, generating a protected access from the rain underneath, producing the stilt-house condition that gives it its name.
The house was made with a main structure made up of coigüe wood pillars and beams, combined with ceiling boards and silver recycled wood pilasters.
For the interior floor, tongue and groove wood boards were used.
The roof is mainly composed of exposed trusses in native wood. External cladding of walls based on a combination of tiles and larch tingle.
For the roof, larch tiles were used, combined to a lesser extent with Zincalum plates.
Empresas Verdes LLC Chile.
Santa Bárbara, Chaitén.
Francisco Morandé Ruiz-Tagle & Douglas R. Tompkins.
Constructora Lahuén S.A.
Linde Waidhofer, Douglas R. Tompkis & Francisco Morandé Ruiz-Tagle.