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* Residential Architecture: Guarujá House by Bernardes + Jacobsen

Posted by the editors on Monday, 11 June 2012

Residential Architecture: Guarujá House by Bernardes + Jacobsen: “..a pavilion supported by pillars among the trees, overlooking the sea..a steel structure with wooden floors, doors and window frames..Preserved terrain and vegetation. Facing the street, a low and discrete horizontal façade.. In the areas where their aren’t any eaves, the walls are covered with copper and due to the rain exposure, the material will change naturally, making it look even more beautiful. Inside, wood is the main material, used, for example, on the balcony linings..”  Extensive glazing, verandas, lovely views, natural light; intensive use of wood, inside and outside, discrete street facade, indoor/outdoor sensibility, interesting interior volumes..

See our posts with other photos by Leonardo Finotti:

image: Leonardo Finotti; article: Dezeen

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