The "Casa Quebrada" tiny home is a larger, aesthetically-pleasing 30' x 15' tiny house built by Juan Pablo Nazar and Alejandro Urrutia of UNarquitectura in Curacavi, Chile!
This 450-square feet tiny house is built on a set of raised poles, juxtaposed with the forest, with a long 90' deck leading up to the entrance of the home. Inside, you'll find an inviting and open living space, featuring a living room, an office work space, a bedroom, a kitchen, and a bathroom—all of the essentials! The property is an ideal synergy between the outdoor elements and the modern architecture.
This tiny house is one of several builds in Chile by the UNarquitectura team. Contact them here for any questions!
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