Cincopatasalgato
San Salvador, El Salvador
+ 503 7888 9380

Cincopatasalgato
Valencia, Spain
+ 34 6227 90342

Email
info@cincopatasalgato.com

Cincopatasalgato
San Salvador, El Salvador
+ 503 7888 9380

Cincopatasalgato
Valencia, Spain
+ 34 6227 90342

Email
info@cincopatasalgato.com

connecting family
with flavors

El Salvador

Like Water
for Chocolate

As in the movie “Water for Chocolate”, this family’s love is expressed through food.
It’s around the kitchen and barbecue area that most activities take place. The barbecue is an object that connects both owners: he wanted a wood oven to make pizzas and she wanted an exterior furnace, so we created an oven with a glass door to watch the flames.

connecting
a swiss cabin
with the tropics

We connected the best of two worlds to give our clients (husband from Switzerland and wife from Venezuela) their dream home: Swiss inspired rooftop and chimney and the lush green vegetation and patios of the Tropics.
The house is distributed in mid levels to adapt to the natural slopes of the terrain. The main platform is inconspicuously placed one floor under the main access level between bamboo trees.
The house opens up connecting to its surroundings, so they can enjoy the amazing view of the volcano and beautiful sunsets and sunrises!

Size: 400m2

Status: Completed 2014

Team: José Roberto Paredes, Delmy Machado,
Kevin Martínez, Helen Navas

Construction: MSAC

Photography: Jason Bax Photography

connecting family
with flavors

El Salvador

Like Water
for Chocolate

As in the movie “Water for Chocolate”, this family’s love is expressed through food.
It’s around the kitchen and barbecue area that most activities take place. The barbecue is an object that connects both owners: he wanted a wood oven to make pizzas and she wanted an exterior furnace, so we created an oven with a glass door to watch the flames.

connecting
a swiss cabin
with the tropics

We connected the best of two worlds to give our clients (husband from Switzerland and wife from Venezuela) their dream home: Swiss inspired rooftop and chimney and the lush green vegetation and patios of the Tropics.

The house is distributed in mid levels to adapt to the natural slopes of the terrain. The main platform is inconspicuously placed one floor under the main access level between bamboo trees.
The house opens up connecting to its surroundings, so they can enjoy the amazing view of the volcano and beautiful sunsets and sunrises!
Size: 400 m2

Status: Completed 2012

Team: José Roberto Paredes, Marcos Salcedo, Delmy Machado, David Floristan, Helen Navas

Construction: López Hurtado

Interior Design: Claudia & Harry Washington

Photography: Jason Bax Photography

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