Featuring, in vast open layout, some elements typical for modern Brazilian luxury interior decorations like the trendy copper elements, the extensive wooden cladding and the large furniture pieces some of which generously upholstered in leather this architectural project by Estúdio HAA impresses with its openness towards the surrounding and light clear shapes.
The house construction combines the signature for the architect’s vast open spaces clad in iron, glass, and wood that have frank and generous communication with the exterior, and the needs of the owners double-heights and spaciousness, easy connection between premises and so on.
Using honest and unconditional materials palette that includes concrete, reinforced steel, glass, wood and granite the architects composed the three blocks of the house so that enough functional zones and premises are at the owners disposal. That includes the beautiful transition zones: terraces, glass atrium and swimming pool areas, the breathing connections between interior and gardens.
The color palette of the interior composition integrates the natural shades of the used materials – the beige and caramel of the wood reflected in leather and copper elements, the gray of the concrete and steel replicated in different hues that give a sophisticated elegance to the design composition and black as accents and furniture details. In the main living premise the simplicity and minimalism of finishing leaves the accent to be carried out by the wooden cladding, the shining floors and the trendy sparkle of Tom Dixon’s lamps. Photography by Evandro Nunes de Oliveira – Bevah Fotografia