Located in Cieneguilla, Peru, the CASA oZs0 house which was designed by Martin Dulanto is a single-family home that has been gestated as 4 “independent blocks” or “boxes” (the master bedroom block, social block as well as guestroom block and also service block) divide from one another by distinctly pointed axes: the circulations.
The oZs0 house project blocks have been intended as pure mass (rectangular prisms) with several perforations as well as a fairly uncomplicated, geometric area styling. The social block has been intended as a “light volume” (glass covered with woodwork of a natural, dark coat). The employ of a lucid closing (glass layers) fits the appearance integration of the internal section with the external section. These sliding layers will help make a physical integration between the internal and external.
The dormitory blocks (guestroom as well as master bedroom) have been made as more closed off from the outside with the thought that these areas will maintain a certain stage of privacy. While the service block will be closed off or conceal from the outside. The kitchen is an exclusion, as it has a window and a glass screen face to face with the garden.
The exterior walls of the oZs0 house frontages will be rustically polished with ATLAS cement, and will have an earthy color also a semi-rustic texture. The interior walls of the social zone will be of displayed concrete. The interior walls of the dormitory zone will be plastered as well as white colored while the windows will be glass and lucid.