The Migliari Guimarães Property in Brasília, Brazil is a modern dream property with outstanding architectural form. The minimalist concrete and glass structure was created by DOMO Architects for a youthful family living in a gated neighborhood.
Thinking about its location in a suburban neighborhood, the focus was released from the street-dealing with facade and place on the rear of the home which functions a massive yard viewing mature trees. The front courtyard entrance is clad in brick tiles and prospects to a broad pivoting, opaque glass door. Intersecting white masses encompassing just above 5,050 square feet incorporate the open-prepare of living-dining spaces and kitchen with the bedrooms set in a linear pattern along the back for privacy. Angular recesses of exterior walls supply added shading for the ensuite bedrooms which each possess direct accessibility to a personal patio. All communal residing places function sliding glass doors which open and connect with the instant outside terrace. Draperies provide optional privacy by day or evening.
In fact, this home is protected by its solid boxy volumes with reduce-outs and windows organized in the major living and sleeping zones. With special openings and volume ceilings, the interiors are drenched with all-natural daylight, specially the bedrooms which were designated to encounter the morning sun.
To adhere to the fluidity, rooms transitions from one particular to the other with out doors creating a dramatic openness. Smooth concrete flooring and white walls lends a gorgeous simplicity to this minimalist dream house.
A amazing function is the perforated concrete wall alongside the car port which attributes a geometric pattern supplying shelter from light and publicity. A lot more exciting shapes exist, specifically 2 triangular kinds which intrigue by portraying distinctive shadowing while concurrently infusing maximum light into the residing places below. A light-filled hallway features rectangular glass panels reduced to the ground which showcases lush green plants.
Posted by Suzanne at 13 November, 2013
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