The corner plot defined the sectorization and volumetry of this project, thought to be an L-shaped plan where the social environments and even the rooms on the upper floor are facing the pool and garden, resulting in a visual and spatial integration, forming a fluid and continuous space.
Architect: Taguá Arquitetura
Location: Cabreúva, São Paulo, Brasil
Built area: 530 sqm
Site area: 1,105.50 sqm
Lead Architects: Thiago Brugnolo, Mariana Rotta
Photography: Leonardo Giantomasi
From the architect: The guests' desire was for a house with integrated spaces and quite large, with a generous leisure area, all facing the pool. Customers would like a quick and clean construction, so the architects opted for the steel structure. 100% of the structure of the house is composed of pillars and beams in steel and slab in steel deck.
In the northwest face where the rooms and living areas are located, forming a large glass curtain, special glasses were used for block 70% of the UV rays, in addition to the pvc frames that provide a superior thermoacoustic performance than other materials, allowing the generous entrance of natural light, but dissipating the maximum of the heat.
Natural lighting and ventilation take place through large openings, so artificial light is not required throughout the day. This also minimizes the use of air conditioning in summer. The glazed openings also contribute to the composition of its facades, highlighting the detached glass plus apparent steel structure.
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