Casa Terra by Bernardes Arquitetura in Itaipava, Brazil
venture: Casa TerraArchitects: vicinity: Itaipava, BrazilArea: 10,763 squareftPhotographs via:
Studio has designed the Casa Terra – a highly-priced modern-day house in Rio de Janeiro’s Itaipava area. the house’s terra cotta outside has a double function. It sticks out from the plush, inexperienced panorama as well as blends in with the reddish hues of the surroundings that surrounds it on the identical time.Boasting its enormous region of 10,763 rectangular feet, this weekend home has 5 bedrooms, a media room, a fitness center, a wine cellar and a swimming pool to offer. On top of that, the character rooms of this unmarried story residence are designed as autonomous devices where each has perspectives of the principle yard.
Casa Terra arises from the intercalation of parallel walls made from pigmented concrete which can be perpendicular to its significant circulation axis. The articulation between those components generates areas at the same time as defining residential functions and creating patios that open to the primary garden.
The closure between the vertical (partitions) and horizontal (slabs and floor) planes is made with large glass panels that dilute the visible boundaries between the house and the panorama.
The path alongside the central move exhibits a succession of openings and closures at the same time as providing constant visual touch with the outdoors.