Simon Turner of Marquette Turner Luxury Homes writes:
Set upon a slope of 28 degrees and constructed entirely of timber, Muelle House in the Chilean town of Chiloe is one of the last examples of its kind.
The wood is tepa, ulmo and peanut, and encompasses the frame, the stilts and the cantilevered deck.
Inside there are three distinct areas – the service area, the sleeping area and the living area.
Designed by Jona Retamal and overlooking Castro’s Fjord this design, the beauty of this house is its sustainability and durability.