Modern two-storey personal residence designed in 2010 by FCstudio located in Guarujá, Brazil.
Description by FCstudio The home consists by S squares grouped in pairs. Within this compositional rule, two subtractions have been made at reverse sides to type two venues: the storage within the entrance and the social space behind. The totally different relationships that they set up with their neighbors (different squares) have been determinate by the unevenness of the ground, transparency and accessibility. In the sketch under is feasible comprehend this. Clearly we will understand one center axis that articulates empty halves and a pavilion within the yard that creates a dialog with the primary home. In the left aspect, there’s a succession of rooms is an area width H.50 m tall and large transparency in parallel facades to the road. This transparency reaffirms the continuity of the area. Only one discontinuity occurs by the steps that results in the higher flooring. Metallic self-supporting, acetic and colorless, it cuts the sequence of rooms at one level creating a visible filter between the general public road and the personal yard. At the underside left aspect the pavilion ends the succession of social environments. Separated of the home by the pool and deck, creates a rigidity between the home and itself. This interval area (vary, pool) wins high quality within the duality between “seeing and being seen”, utterly dissolving the notion of attachment that might be created by the pavilion. In the higher flooring we now have 4 suites with a marked symmetry. They are accessed by a hallway illuminated by a window above the top of the customer and demystifies the hall such because the phrase suggests. This whole higher flooring is a part of a standard perform (personal space) outlined within the venture by quantity and shade (inexperienced). The openings (home windows, and so on) are projected in perform of the touches between the geometries of the home. To the neighbors, the openings are very punctual, whereas in others facades are fairly current. The water floor beneath de inside stair returns to the air humidity in days of intense warmth within the metropolis of Brazil, a tropical nation, and the roof backyard of the pavilion retains a low temperature of its flat roof. The logic of the common squares drastically facilitated the mathematical calculations and the structural efficiency of the home, as a result of the identical constructive process could possibly be adopted for the whole constructing. The distances between pillars are virtually the identical and there are not any structural transitions between the primary and higher flooring.
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