Situated in Piracaia, São Paulo, Brazil, the Piracaia Residence was constructed into the sloped terrain permitting a concrete basement to be principally hidden underground with entry to the storage and repair areas. Nitsche Arquitetos designed the house with an open steel construction and a two-layer steel roof on high that makes manner for numerous ceiling heights and permits for air flow all through the inside. Probably the most noticeable a part of the design is the place they take the indoors outdoors with a large open-air house that homes a front room, eating room, and kitchen.
Simply off the lined residing house is an infinity edge pool that appears out to a physique of water surrounded by greenery.
The bedrooms and bogs are in the direction of the closed finish with picket mashrabiyas (screens) providing privateness to the bogs and folding doorways giving entry to the bedrooms. The ceilings within the bedrooms are double top permitting gentle to enter by means of the polycarbonate panels in the direction of the highest.
Massive sliding glass doorways disappear giving the phantasm of the pubic residing house being outside and lengthening in the direction of the pool and past.
Images by Nelson Kon.