Mulder House

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Conceptually this residence, sited in the Andes foothills with a view over the city and the Pacific beyond, is a collection of forms assembled on a neutral base. Each form is symbolic of the program within. The base contains the garage and housekeeper’s bedroom. The kitchen and children’s playroom are located in the functional L-shaped building with strip windows. The dining room is a hedonistic Brazilian curve; its roof a terrace for sculpture. The bedrooms and library are stacked in a tower removed from the activity of daily life. The tower’s roof is an exercise patio and pool. Circulation is articulated in the pink, cross-shaped building which steps up to allow for the stairs.

Location Lima, Peru
Type Residential
Services Architecture, Interiors
Size confidential