* Residential Architecture: Piracicaba House by Isay Weinfeld
Posted by the editors on Saturday, 9 June 2012
Residential Architecture: Piracicaba House by Isay Weinfeld: “..This holiday home by Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld comprises three perpendicular volumes built into a slope..A half-submerged garage and storage area is the lowest of three elements and punctuated by a series of concrete pillars..Above, the ground floor forms an L-shaped plan with the living and dining space in one wing and the kitchen and services in the other..The ground floor has a curtain wall of glazing in front of the living and dining room to afford views of a swimming pool, while the adjacent wing is clad in vertical concrete slabs..” Ample glazing, natural light, nature, cantilever, indoor/outdoor sensibility..
See our posts on three other homes by Isay Weinfeld:
- Residential Architecture: Sumaré House by Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto
- Residential Architecture: Yucatan House by Isay Weinfeld
- Residential Architecture: Casa d’Água House by Isay Weinfeld
image: Nelson Kon and Luiza Sigulem; article: Dezeen