Chilean architect Eduardo González puts a concrete spin on country living with this contemporary bolthole – part of the Brisas de Chicureo community on the outskirts of Colina.
The angular, geometric home is on the market via Chile Sotheby’s International Realty for $1.084m and is set across two levels. Rooms on the lower level have soaring three-and-a-half metre high concrete ceilings, while the Colina property’s vast glass facade frames views of Santa Isabel hill and golf course.
Brutalist concrete floors and walls are warmed by bamboo and lenga and shared living spaces spread across the lower level with access to the landscaped garden and swimming pool.
A large family living room is on the floor above, as well as the master bedroom and guest suites – with balconies overlooking the garden below.