Valley House by David Guerra
Situated in Nova Lima – MG, on a site of around 1300m² (13,993ft²) in the Crystal Valley apartment suite, stands a house which watches out over the valley. The thought was to assemble a house that had all their social and cozy zone on the same floor, and the recreation offices, a clothing range and a carport on the stilts, one story underneath. The stilts discharge the case volume that swings to the scene with a complete sight, following the nearby land is a preservation área.
On the passageway level are the lobby, a half shower, the front room, feasting zone and home theater, shaping a vast open rectangular space that, past sight all through its length, has a low-slant rooftop with steel structure and wooden coating, free all through its length by glass windows. It’s similar to a case whose top opens past the scene could have the sky around it. Alongside the rooms, an agreeable eat-in kitchen with storeroom, coordinates with alternate spaces. Inverse the kitchen, an overhang of thought runs the length of the room.
By the home theater is the family territory, with wardrobe for materials, 3 incredible suites and a Master suite confronting two perspectives, with a stroll in storage room and an agreeable restroom. First floor, a carport for 8 autos incorporates the entertainment territory and living which is additionally coordinated into the gourmet kitchen, recreation range, sauna, pool and diversion room, in addition to a decent wine basement. On the same floor, are the house keeper’s área and a huge storage.
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