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Subtraction House is located in the high-end residential condominium Quinta da Baroneza, in Bragança Paulista, just 90 kilometers from the city of São Paulo. The property, designed for a couple and their teenage son, was strategically placed on a square plot, taking advantage of the gently sloping topography and offering generous views.
Project name
Casa Subtração
Architecture firm
FGMF Arquitetos – Forte, Gimenes e Marcondes Ferraz Arquitetos
Location
Bragança Paulista, São Paolo, Brazil
Photography
Israel Gollino, Fran Parente
The Ibsen House was designed by the Brazilian architecture office MFMM Arquitetura with the intention to provide shared moments without sacrificing privacy. In a functional and integrated floor plan, the architecture features elements that, while creating opportunities for socializing, ensure discretion and a careful regard for intimacy.
Project name
Casa Ibsen
Architecture firm
Matheus Farah + Manoel Maia Arquitetura
Location
São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
Located in Sao Paulo, this 355 sq. m. apartment is a tribute to the firm Patricia Martinez Arquitetura’s ability to create spaces that combine elegance and comfort. Overlooking the treetops at Ibirapuera Park, project Ral offers the experience of living in harmony with nature. The design prioritizes natural light and follows a soft color palette.
Project name
RAL
Architecture firm
Patricia Martinez Arquitetura
Location
Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
The Terrain, in the interior of São Paulo, had a steep slope towards the back, whose orientation is north. To the south, on the façade of access to the lot there is dense forest of preservation on the other side of the access road, a look that also seemed very interesting to us.
Project name
Casa Brisa
Architecture firm
FGMF Arquitetos
Location
Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
Designing a small apartment that was cozy, connected and with free circulation was the focus in the execution of the POP Grafite project located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, and signed by the Memola Estudio office in partnership with the architect Vitor Penha.
Project name
POP GRAFITE
Architecture firm
Memola Estudio
Location
São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
The project transforms an old bar in Vila Madalena, in São Paulo, into the headquarters of Mãe Terra, a food company. The objective was to bring together the administrative, innovation and product development areas, as well as spaces for experimenting with food and experiencing the company's work philosophy.
Project name
Mãe Terra Company (Mother Earth Company)
Architecture firm
Memola Estudio & Vitor Penha
Location
Rua Harmonia, 271, Vila Madalena, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
This country house was designed for a family with two kids and many friends. It is in a gated community, and though surrounded by neighbors, it enjoys some isolation from them, so the project can better explore the interaction between the interior and exterior spaces. Relevant aspects of the proposition are to be able to contemplate the dawn, the s...
Project name
CS House
Architecture firm
Memola Estudio, Vitor Penha
Location
Porto Feliz, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente
The building is established as an instigating point that streamlines the relationship between the user, the city and everyone who passes through there. The base’s volume, with its green balconies, open footbridges, big openings and its horizontal proportions are part of the urban landscape of one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in São Paulo.
Project name
POD Pinheiros (Edificio POD)
Architecture firm
FGMF
Location
São Paulo, SP, Brazil
Photography
Fran Parente