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The Windows Totally Make This 3-Story Chilean Home

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    Design Milk, an online magazine dedicated to modern design, offers up a unique perspective on everything from architecture and interior design to furniture and technology. With columns ranging from brick-and-mortar deep-dives to the craziest outdoor living spaces, Design Milk is brimming with design finds from around the world. Drink up!
    SGGB Architects designed the CBI House in Puerto Varas, Chile where the biggest challenge was thermal optimization. Spread out over three floors, the home was built within a clearing on a plot of land with ample vegetation. The clearing has a 15% slope and had much less plant life so it was the perfect spot to build the house. It also made way for the most amount of natural light since there were less trees right there.

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