Modern Cubic White House in São Sebastião by Studio MK27 & Eduardo Chalabi
Solace and building support during the time are two crucial angles for houses worked in tropical ranges by the ocean, where the high temperatures and the impact of the ocean air decide the great nearby conditions. The White House venture, situated on a delightful Brazilian shoreline, on the northern bank of São Paulo, made these inquiries as determinant to compose the arrangement and for the determination of materials to be utilized.
The greater part of the ambients have floor-roof window outlines – in the ranges, similar to genuine dividers of sliding glass – to make a lovely warm sensation and obscure the division in the middle of inside and outside. In the front room on the ground floor, for instance, 3.0 X 2.5 glass entryways are incorporated with the dividers and coordinate the indoor space with the balcony,,in thusly making cross ventilation with the point of decreasing the room temperature. In this same space, wooden punctured entryways – like extensive muxarabis – shade the inside without obstructing the breeze.
On the ground floor we locate the whole social zone of the house, even the kitchen which confronts one of the side greenery enclosures. The primary floor, thusly, houses the rooms. Also, finally, there is a patio garden with deck on the rooftop – open by a flight of stairs secured by a portal entryway.
Warm materials are fit into the metal brises, shading the room on the upper volume. The blend of the wood, concrete and white aluminum (impervious to the impacts of the ocean air) wind up making, in the design of this house a tropical moderation, with extraordinary impact of Brazilian innovation.
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