Created to a young couple with 2 children, the Flamenco House is designed to integrate the garden with the entire social area through the use of large aluminum and glass sliding frames that allow for transparency, full opening of the rooms and an invasion of the tropical garden . . Walnut wood panels lighten, enhance the connecting corridor that connects the front front to the back recreational spaces and make the environments integrated or reversible as needed. White mass clad façades, green terraces and use of natural materials such as stone, rustic granite, decking, paneling and wooden brises make up a volumetry and guarantee privacy and natural ventilation as well as creating a beautiful interior luminosity.
We include bioclimatic initiatives in the project, such as the use of green landscaped slabs, protective glass films, solar-absorbing photovoltaics, and we convert it to heat by heating the water from showers and taps and creating a cross-ventilation system in the environments, providing greater climate certainty and air movement within the residence. Water Reuse is done by a rainwater collection cistern for garden irrigation. Contemporary style house with 1300 m2 of built area spread over 3 floors. On the ground floor are the social areas, Living, Office, Home Theater and a landscape composed by the pool and the side of the house. The reception for the suites and intimate room of the upper floor are given by the brises in natural wood and in the underground are the technical areas, services and garage. The recreation area focuses on the house in the background where the playroom, gym and sauna are located.
Material Used :
1. Lumisystem, Dix metal, Wood design (manufactures)
2. Fairbanks & Pilnik (Implantation)
3. Grau Engenharia (Hydraulic and electrical projects)
4. Rodrigo Oliveira (Landscaping)