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This house is characterized by its rational organization of the space.
It is structured by a concrete wall that cuts along the volume, separating the service side from the social side of the house.
All the window and door frames which connect the interior to the exterior are made of corten steel and glass.
There is also a corten stair, which can be seen on the front facade. It leads to the rooftop terrace garden that enjoys the urban landscape of the metropolis.
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Type: Residential – Houses
Land area: 392 m² – Built area: 295m ²
Architects: Brasil Arquitetura – Francisco Fanucci and Marcelo Ferraz
Team: Anne Dieterich, Anselmo Turazzi, Beatriz Marques, Cícero Ferraz
Cruz, Fabiana Fernandes, Felipe Zene, Gabriel Grinspum, Gabriel Mendonça, Luciana Dornellas, Pedro Del Guerra, Victor Gurgel
Trainees: André Carvalho, Julio Tarragó, Laura Ferraz, Willian Campos
Photographs: Nelson Kon