The omnibus house on the slope impresses with its massive concrete construction
This modern House on the hillside was called the Omnibus House and was designed by the Chilean architect Pedro Gubbins designed. The architect created the house for himself and his family as a retreat in the forest. The property is on a slope and hence the step-like construction. With its simple but original architectural style, this weekend house is a pleasant place to relax and spend the weekend with the family.
The omnibus house on the slope with a massive concrete construction
The omnibus House on the hillside impresses not only with an interesting architectural style, but also with the massive concrete construction. The main part of the house consists of a solid concrete block with a rectangular shape and wide panoramic windows that ensure a wonderful view. The slope presupposes a step-like structure of the property. That is why the roof was also used as a terrace where you can relax under the sun.
The facade of the omnibus house
Rock garden in the back yard
Modern interior in the omnibus house on the slope
The architect has succeeded in blending the boundary between indoor and outdoor space well. Huge sliding glass doors lead to the courtyard and the large picture windows in the living room ensure a wonderful view of the natural surroundings. Natural stone floors and wooden roof panels give the interior a natural touch. The concrete stairs in the middle of the house, which are surrounded by glass walls on both sides, are particularly striking. That House on the hillside was intentionally designed and built in harmony with the natural environment.
Concrete stairs in the middle of the living room
Seating area with sliding glass door
Direct access to the garden
minimalist bedroom interior
Garden in the back of the house
Omnibus house made of concrete
The wide roof serves as a terrace
Panoramic windows secure a view of the forest
The omnibus house in the evening
Architectural plans of the property