Sabará House

Sabará House

Padovani Arquitetos Associados
Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil
Project Year
Private Houses
Evellyn Müller

Sabará House

Padovani Arquitetos Associados as Architects

House designed for couple with 2 small daughters. Compact and functional house, with optimization and integration of internal and external spaces, integration with landscaping and natural lighting effects. To intelligently optimize the deployment in a compact terrain, the project takes advantage of the legislation that allows to lean the construction on the sides of the lot. On the right side of the lot, two panels marked with cement flooring create a support element for the upper block of the dorms that open to the front and to the bottom of the lot through large sliding panels in cumulated wood. Under this block the living and dining rooms open fully to the lush jabuticabeiraSabará, who reigns in the back garden and named the house.

Next to the jabuticabeira the landscaper Alexandre Furcolin created a square with bench in stone gabion and ground fire. In the heart of the house, the double height foot of the central atrium houses the staircase and a tropical garden that organizes and connects the spaces and circulations of the residence.

Through this important central element, the floors of the house integrate internally and also integrate the family in the day to day, an essential desire of the couple.

Material Used :

1. Beija Flor–Stones and wood works

2. Ateliê Revestimentos -Curtains

3. Casa Malgga - Furniture

Project team
Product Specifications
Beija FlorStones and woodworks
Casa MalggaFurniture
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