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Metropolis | Casa Poseidon

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_MG_3385The project is located in The Poseidon Nautical Club at Pucusana, Lima, over a 529.15sqm plot.

The proposal contemplates the development of a two floor single family beach house. The house entry is at street level where there are two parking spots. Downstairs, the first floor is found.

_MG_3366The first floor is composed by the service area (the helper´s room and bathroom and laundry), the lobby, the guest’s bathroom, the living room, the dining room and a full equipped kitchen with a pantry. At the terrace, are the pool, a Jacuzzi and the barbeque area.

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_MG_3009A “U” shape stairs connects the first floor with the second floor of the house. In here you arrive to a corridor which distributes to a family room with a balcony and to the other bedrooms in the house.

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_MG_3399The three bedrooms have bathroom and closet, and the master room has a bathroom , a walking closet and a balcony.

Areas:
First floor: 171.70sqm
Second floor: 166.00sqm
Total area: 337.70sqm

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Location: The Poseidon Nautical Club at Pucusana, Lima, Peru
Architecture: Metrópolis oficina de arquitectura
Project Name: Casa Poseidón.
Land Area:529.15 m2.
Built area: 339.42 m2.
Architect: José Orrego Herrera.
Project Assistants: Arch. Elmer Ramírez.
Constructor: Ing. Hernán Mendivil.
Structures: Ing. Marcos Tinman.
Sanitary instalations: Ing. Lincoln Gal’Lino.
Electric Instalations: Ing. Jaime Alvarado.
Photography: Juan Solano
 
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