This is a contemporary modern house in chilean countryside called Gatica House designed Felipe Assadi+Francisca Pulido. This Gatica house is raised from the coexistence of two domestic programs: a stable family made up of a marriage and a family visitor comprising 3 children and their families.
The scheme is in two parts: first, which takes place in a line composed of the access, dining halls and common master bedroom is understood as the "main house". The second-which should not be divided from the past but whether to retain their individuality-is understood as the elastic programme, a portion that is inserted literally within the volume whose main use is preferably weekend.
The house, despite its size, operates on a single axis throughout the week and grows according to the burden of occupation that takes holidays. The dominan materials on this Gatica House are using glass and metal structure.