By the east side of Mount Sunders, a small hill (in England there are no mountains) and thirty miles north from the grey, industrial town of Sunderland, this refuge will shelter explorers and professional climbers all over the year in a natural landscape still untouched by pollution but not for civilisation, a privilege own by a the Southern Hemisphere. The project is placed close to a cliff, facing the east. In that point is possible to see, in a clear night, deep far into the sea horizon.   EN   ES

architect: POUCHULU / project: 1996 / location: Mount Sunders (east side) / elevation: 764 metres over sea level / area: 2.150 sqm / budget: £5.800.000 (estimated 2007) / status: for selling / Copyright © Patricio Pouchulu Architect 2001

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