Textual content description supplied by the architects. Proposed as an architectural object that brings collectively and merges this system of a small home for the guard of a property with storage areas and parking for automobiles, Casa Mirador is an oblong quantity embedded within the panorama constructed mainly of concrete, glass, and metallic. Uncovered concrete partitions are used for the outside construction and uncovered concrete block partitions for the inside partitions. Glass enclosures are situated together with the guard´s home and metallic gates for the facet of the storage space and storage.
The architectural piece occupies the higher a part of a pure slope in an effort to benefit from the peak to maximise the imaginative and prescient in the direction of the valley and the mountains in entrance of the land.
The amount is occupied at one finish by the small rectangular home, together with the kitchen, bed room, and companies, all open to a small exterior entry terrace. The remaining a part of the amount is occupied by a square-like area used for storage: objects, equipment, and automobiles. This area is free within the middle and has a fringe of closets and storage areas of various sizes in addition to an exterior staircase that permits to have entry to the roof which is mainly understood as a view platform or lookout.