Deep in the woods of central Chile and just east of the city of Curico lies the remarkable House La Invernada, designed by architect Felipe Montegu. This private reserve is so deeply embedded within the forest that, interestingly enough, it is nearly impossible to define surrounding geographic landmarks to locate the house within the forest. So instead, the architect found a way to establish a strategy to find the spot through the use of light gaps existing in the dense woods. You can even find interior pathways designated to incorporate the dense, thick forest within the house itself. Another great feature of this house is that it takes advantage of the natural slope of the terrain via a half-height gap that exists between the bedrooms and one of the common spaces, allowing for a plethora of different horizons of views of the surrounding environment. The materials that compose the structure of the house were made through highly skilled manual labor, with pine wood forming the basis of the structure. And with a kitchen, a covered outdoor space, bedrooms, and multiple common areas containing the living room, this house proves to be quite an architectural feat.