Brazilian House Design
The cool transparent house in order to create a connection with the outside, this way resulted the openings at the front and at the back of the house. Here is cozy Brazilian house design ideas located in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Juranda house of approximately 150m² design by Apiacás Arquitetos. According the architect: As the terrain of the plot had an accentuated slope, the bottom of the plot being over three and a half metres below the pavement level, the building was distributed over half levels, separated by a three storey void which contains the staircase access to the floors. This void organises the spaces of the house: living room, dining room and kitchen on the ground floor as well as three bedrooms, two bathrooms, office and a ‘deck’ on the upper floors.
The Brazilian house design built up to the edges of the plot and consequently it is lit and ventilated from the front and rear. The idea was to make the house as transparent as possible, in a way that would establish a relationship with the external areas. In order make this viable, we designed the openings at the front and rear of the house to be on the same axis and to be three metres wide. When open, the glazing elements slide behind the walls uniting the internal and external spaces.
The open floor plan incorporates a wide variety of dynamic spaces that invite you in. Once you enter this modern place, you feel welcome and you have that sensation of being in a mid-century house.There is a permanent mixture of refined and rough things, for example the modern armchair and the wooden table or the wooden stairs that connect the two floors. The bookshelves and the decorative objects reveal the personality of the owner. Now look the how cozy Brazilian house design ideas – Juranda House by Apiacás Arquitetos with picture below:
Photograph: by Pregnolato & Kusuki Estúdio Fotográfico