Providing further evidence that South America has all the best severely modern glass boxes, WMR Arquitectos' Casa Till has little regard for walls, but a whole lot for the natural skyline of its particular stretch of Los Arcos, Chile, cliffside. That much is due to its long, low profile and minimal square footage, which WMR designed with locally sourced pine and topped with solar panels. The inside is outfitted with sliding walls that allow for various room configurations and levels of privacy, but it looks pretty stellar in the bare-it-all state it was photographed in. Though some cliffside homes make a point of shooting for something more involved, sometimes a giant picture window is all one needs.
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