Situated in Piracaia, São Paulo, Brazil, the Piracaia Residence was constructed on a sloping website that conceals an underground concrete basement with entry to the storage and repair areas. Nitsche Arquitetos has designed the home with an open metallic construction and a two-layer metallic roof that leaves room for various ceiling heights and permits for air flow all through the inside. Probably the most notable a part of the design is the place they take the skin to the within with an enormous outside house that homes a lounge, a eating room and a kitchen.
Proper subsequent to the lined dwelling space is an infinity pool that overlooks a water airplane surrounded by greenery.
The rooms and bogs are on the closed aspect with wood mashrabias (screens) offering privateness to the bogs and folding doorways to the bedrooms. The ceilings of the rooms have a double top that enables mild to penetrate by the polycarbonate panels upwards.
The massive sliding glass doorways disappear, giving the phantasm that the general public dwelling house is outdoors and extends to the pool and past.
Photos of Nelson Kon.