House Of The Yellow IPÊ

House Of The Yellow IPÊ

Architect
Leo Romano
Location
Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil | View Map
Project Year
2018
Category
Private Houses
Edgard Cesar

House Of The Yellow IPÊ

Leo Romano as Architects

The residence located in the ResidencialAldeia do Vale in Goiânia, had a centennial IpêAma-relo as the main element for the definition of the architectural party. In the longilineal terrain, of 25m of front by 100m of depth, the access to the house takes place by a catwalk that takes us to the main entrance. When you cross the portico, the house reveals itself without details: the whole social part integrates with the leisure and emphasizes the amplitude and usability of the spaces. From the other side, the circulation leads to the rooms guaranteeing privacy to the intimate sector.

 

Special attention to the volumetry in which the wall of the circulation circumvents the yellow Ipê and creates an office. See also that a curved slab makes the transition between social and intimate environments. Ipe House: a home to be happy!

 

Material Used :

1. Jacafer - Woods and Finishes
2. Marmorarte - Marmores and Granites
3. Aldeia Materials Construction - Crockery, metals and coatings.
4. Interpam - Lighting
5. Florense - planned cabinets
6. Automatize - Automation
7. AZ - mobile

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ElementBrand
LightingInterpam
Woods and FinishesJacafer
Product Spec Sheet
Lighting
Woods and Finishes
by Jacafer
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