Like a hawk that's perched itself precariously at the edge of a rocky slope, Casa Bahia Azul is a private home by architect Felipe Assadi in the coastal Chilean city of Los Vilos. The concrete, cuboid house is distinctive for the large rectangular window openings in its front facade that beautifully contrasts its angular base. They also frame spectacular views of the landscape. Inside, the common areas are awash in natural light. Casa Bahia Azul looks like a lovely refuge from the ruggedness of its Chilean seaside site.
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