Trendy single household residence situated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, designed by Rocco Arquitetos.











Description by Rocco Arquitetos

This venture is a renovation of a 1940’s home within the metropolis of São Paulo.

The shopper, a single lady, needed a extra free an fluid area, so virtually all the first flooring inner partitions have been eliminated. So as to take action, with out having to incorporate any type of beam (iron or concrete) beneath the slab, a suspended beam was put in on prime of the second flooring (underneath the roof). It was hooked up to a inbuilt rod. So, a part of the primary flooring construction was held by this hidden beam.

That additionally allowed to create an enormous aperture on the again facade that permitted to extend the mixing between inside and out of doors very properly. Sliding doorways, that disguise on one aspect, raises the impact.

The previous kitchen was included into the dwelling space, so a brand new one was constructed on the aspect yard, it was coated by a glass roof with a wooden slatted screening.

On the second flooring, an uncovered concrete “field” with the identical slatted screening method is an extension to the grasp rest room and closet that rooms additionally a tub.

Images by Ana Mello

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