The Slope House got its name for a reason: The modern home sits on a sharply slanted piece of land two hours outside of Santiago, Chile. Designed by Hsu-Rudolphy, the timber and steel house nestles into the inclined landscape and lets the surroundings dictate its form.
The house stretches outward from the hill as an elongated rectangle, creating a stack of three levels at its deepest and one level at its most narrow. The top floor, which stretches into a slight incline, is home to the living room, kitchen, dining room, and a terrace with a built-in hot tub. Three bedrooms and bathrooms fill the slightly smaller middle floor, while the lowest level is an extra living room with a terrace that opens onto the lake shore.
All of the levels feature large glass windows that make the house feel like a giant telescope peering out onto the water. Inside, though, the home is warm and cozy with timber clad walls and clean, modern furnishings.