Situated in a residential neighborhood in Sorocaba Metropolis, Brazil, this contemporary two-storey residence was just lately designed by Estudio BRA Arquitetura.

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Description by Estudio BRA Arquitetura Composed of two overlapping buildings, the home strives to make the most of the most important attainable space for dwelling areas and supply fluidity between the areas. The higher construction is designed to be bigger than the decrease one, which leads to half of the home showing to drift on the bottom, offering shade and a soothing yard area. With the intention of making certain inflow of pure lighting and air flow, the challenge has giant openings on the facades and protection, which additionally contributes to the composition of its important facades. Downstairs, the lounge could be utterly opened to the backyard by sliding glass panels, creating an extension of the house that joins the inside and exterior environments. To make sure the privateness on the higher flooring picket shutters painted white shield the openings. The architects prioritized spatial richness. Inner partitions acquired portray and exterior partitions are coated by a mineral texture, each white. The interior flooring is white granite and the exterior a mixture of grey and white cement. The horizontal and vertical circulations obtain pure lighting by way of the opening on the ceiling, reworking these areas right into a small gallery exhibition of work and on a regular basis life objects. Constructed on a plot measuring 23 ft by seventy two ft, the construction maximizes the area on the bottom flooring. The motion of the buildings is about in a girder strengthened concrete beam that runs all through the swing aspect of the home, which measures forty six ft in complete.

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