The Brazilian House project by Debaixo do Bloco Arquitetura

The Brazilian House project by Debaixo do Bloco ArquiteturaBuilt in Brasilia in 1988, with 3.800 m², it has a privileged view where it is possible to see the main architectonic works of the capital of the country.

The initial idea of the project was to maintain the identities of Zanine’s trait along with iconic elements of the Brazilian house. With that its apparent structure in wood was maintained to exalt the symmetry and to be the main aesthetic and architectonic element. It is a consequence of the design of the roof where it is clear in the plants that its structure is defined with harmony between the pillars beams and roof of the residence.

The excess of glass from all angles is purposeful is that it creates a harmony between architecture and nature.

Already the furniture is an exaltation the modernist architecture and the national design in raw tones mixed with stone and natural fabrics

Iconic pieces by Niemeyer and Lina Bo Bardi fill the space with more contemporary designers.

In the isolated mezzanine are the suite and office, that use walls of 2.50 cm without touching the lining and searched with apparent bricks. One of the reasons the office stays in this same sector was the pleasure of being able to work with the privileged view that the land offers.

[h/t archdaily.com]

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