A house in Sao Paolo, Brazil presents volumetric structure
The Boacava House in Sao Paolo, Brazil, is a residential project with strong and rigid structure, supported by asymmetric concrete volumes. The project was surprising, in 2011 by Una Arquitetos us with its volume and colorful walls. The industry-like approach (much concrete was used in the construction) is suitable for people that are better in modern and urban details as in cosy decoration elements. The simplicity of this House is striking, the interior walls look like the outside, while the wooden deck outside connects the inside and the outside and creates a new living space. “The parquet combines this level of entry into the House until you get in the pool”.
The House and the yard are well insulated and offering additional privacy. There is no clear contrast between the ground floor and the first floor, where the rooms are. “There is a certain intimacy here, the views of the city from these rooms are gorgeous, is offered by the balcony”
The Boacava shows the urban flair of a fast-growing town house reassuring and not as warm as expected.
The entire city from above gesehen
Volumetric structure – stone slabs
Integrated pool in the yard – wooden fittings and deck chairs
sliding doors separating the living room and Sun terrace
Volumetric structure – building
Geometric shapes and lines of the building
Modern, unique and extravagant – striking floor lamp
Staircase leads to the attic
treads on the ground floor – dining area and integrated pool
3D effect – design of the House
Plans and projects of the volumetric structure
Design of the House and the whole environment