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    • PEDRO LIRA HOUSE SEBASTIAN IRARRAZAVAL ARCHITECT CONTACT : WW.SEBASTIANIRARRAZAVAL.COM VIEW OF THE ROOF GARDEN www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • VIEW OF THE MAIN FACADE FROM STREET LEVEL MAIN FACADE GENERAL PLAN www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • THE LIVING ROOM SEEN FROM THE ENTRANCE SECTION 1 www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • VIEW FROM THE PATIO PATIO ELEVATION www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • THE LIVIG ROOM SEEN FROM THE FAMILY ROOM SECTION 2 www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • THE MAIN ENTRANCE www.sebastianirarrazaval.com
    • NAME OF THE PROJECT: CASA PEDRO LIRA ARCHITECT: SEBASTIAN IRARRAZAVAL CONTACT: WWW.SEBASTIANIRARRAZAVAL.COM LOCATION: SANTIAGO, CHILE SITE SURFACE: 700M2 BUILDING SURFACE: 200M2 MATERIALS: CONCRETE, TIMBER AND GLASS END OF CONSTRUCTION. 2006 Sebastian Irarrázaval was born in Santiago, Chile, in 1967. He received his degree in Architecture from the Universidad Católica de Chile in 1991. He received a British Council scholarship for graduate studies in 1993 and studied urbanism at the AA School in London. In 1999, he received the AOA (Architecture Offices Association) award bestowed for the most outstanding young architect. He has taught at design studios of the School of Architecture in the Universidad Católica de Chile since 1994. He has also taught at the University of Arizona, Universidad Central de Caracas and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has participated in the architecture biennales of Santiago, Mexico and Venice and has exhibited his work at the UIA in Barcelona. Recently, he exhibited his own works in the exhibition “Young Iberoamerican Architects” at Harvard University and in “'Contemporary Space in Chile”organized by the Catalonian Architects Union in Barcelona and the Venice Biennale. Currently he is working on the design of experimental dwellings and a hotel in Patagonia.