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From the Architect: The topographic model was imperative to address the implementation of this house. The access is at the highest level of the plot and from there a slight slope happens facing the best view and better heat stroke.
Three longitudinal blocks were created and arranged in the model. The first contained the land to create a large master plan. The second block is parallel and facing a lake view.
Finally the third block rests on top of the other two blocks in a perpendicular angle. Each volume has its defined use, with leisure areas in the first block, social and service dependences in the second block and intimate spaces within the third block.
Two important spaces emerged beneath the perpendicular block, a garage in a 12 meter gap and a veranda in the 9 meters overhang.
Regarding the construction, the 9 meters overhang was an engineering challenge, followed by great craftsmanship applied in the woodwork.
Location: Fazenda Boa Vista – Porto Feliz, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Site Area: 5,746 sqm
Building Area: 1,160 sqm
Architects: Jacobsen Arquitetura – www.jacobsenarquitetura.com
Coordinator: Jaime Cunha Jr.
Team: Edgar Murata, Christian Rojas, Rafael Zampini
Photographs: Leonardo Finotti