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Brasília suffers from severe drought most of the years. The Rain House struggles this by creating internal rains. The summer rains waters are collected and dripped into water mirrors. An island of moisture.
Project name
Chuva House
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
Brasilia, Brazil
Tools used
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
We sat in this place, on mountain top, and enjoyed the scenery. We felt the blowing wind and wondered how the wind could design the house. From there, we created a creative process to try to find out.
Project name
Casa ao vento
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
Nova Lima, Brazil
In this mixed-use project, the experimental aesthetic essence is taken to the extreme. The volumetry of the different buildings is unified by a shell formed by undulating sheets. In this project, we use the strategy of shapes inspired by the lightness and organicity of nature. An architectural shell is then created to house different uses, in a dyn...
Project name
Jockey
Architecture firm
Realiza Arquitetura
Location
Curitiba, Brazil
The Itu house began to be designed when a small slot in the city that bears the name of the house was found. In a space with few houses nearby, the slot took advantage of a large slope that allowed a complete view of the horizon. After some time, the slot began to turn into a project and the project began to turn into construction.
Project name
Itu House
Architecture firm
STUDIO DLUX
Location
Itu, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Hugo Chinaglia
A place immersed in lush Atlantic Rainforest nature. A terrain filled with large leafy trees, foliage, shrubs, birds and wild animals. A challenging topography with a steep slope, characteristic of the Nova Lima region in Minas Gerais. This is the place where Casa Açucena is inserted.
Project name
Açucena House (Casa Açucena)
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
Rua dos Jacarandás, 1012 - Jardins de Petrópolis - Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Photography
Jomar Bragança
Red House School Villa-Lobos is located in a privileged area of Sao Paulo, with almost 11 thousand square meters, next to Villa-Lobos Park, The Villa-Lobos campus is aiming to become a reference to international and bilingual schools in Brazil.
Project name
Red House School Villa-Lobos
Architecture firm
STUDIO DLUX
Location
Vila Leopoldina, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Hugo Chinaglia. Video credits: Rodrigo Sclosa / Gustavo Oliveira
The STS residence was designed for a couple who wanted an integrated home, which proved to be a great challenge in face of the original plan, full of levels and isolated environments. Located inside a condominium of townhouses with standardized facades in a classic style, in the São Lourenço neighborhood, in Curitiba.
Project name
Residência STS
Architecture firm
Schuchovski Arquitetura
Location
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Photography
Eduardo Macarios
The Aerada house is in a boiling hot place. Its facades work like ceramic radiators, which on the one hand disperse heat and shade its interior, and on the other allow the breeze and light to enter. Something in between the open and the closed.
Project name
Aerada House
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
São José do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brazil
Tools used
Lumion