Designed in 2012 by Studio Arthur Casas, these 4 superb weekend homes are situated on the Baleia Seashore, on the northern coast of São Paulo, Brazil.
Description by Studio Arthur Casas 4 homes in entrance of Baleia Seashore, on the northern coast of São Paulo. As a weekend home all the bottom flooring areas are related to advertise social interplay, a patio will increase the spatiality of the home, bringing diagonal views and lightweight. To guarantee privateness the homes are barely unaligned. Although the homes are very shut to one another, vertical gardens are used on the blind partitions of the neighbors, attenuating the impact of proximity. Giant glass panels slide utterly outdoors the home, erasing the boundaries between the inside and the panorama. In entrance of every terrace there’s a swimming pool with a Jacuzzi, and a sauna on the basement. A barbecue area is in retreat of the terrace, contiguous to the lounge. The steps are bathed in pure mild in all of the three flooring, a glass wall used as partition. On the primary flooring hosts and friends are separated by a bridge subsequent to the patio, the main bedroom with a beneficiant view of the ocean. Every toilet has pure mild introduced by zenithal openings. The second flooring has a house theater and a sunbathing deck above the main bedroom. The cross part of the home stimulates pure air flow, avoiding using air con throughout summer time. All of the supplies deliver a heat sensation to the areas, because the brick of the façades, pure fibers of the carpets or the wooden flooring of the higher flooring. We additionally did the inside design of one of many homes. The furnishings is especially composed by classic Brazilian items, because the Mole armchair by Sérgio Rodrigues. The studio designed the desk and the massive bench of the lounge. The shopper is an artwork collector, with footage by Leonardo Kossoy , a portray by Christian Lemmerz and a few items of common Brazilian craftsmanship. The panorama design was thought to make use of luxuriant tropical crops that shield from the view of the neighbors and intensify the untouched character of this distant seashore. Images by FG+SG Go to Studio Arthur Casas