Boa Vista VIII Residence
Arquitetura Gui Mattos
Ana Zuchetto, Camila Ripani
Artur Mei, Bruna Pogliessi, Fabio Carneiro, Larissa Teixeira, Laura Bigliassi, Marcos Bresser, Thiago Maurelio
ELECTRICAL AND HYDRAULIC
GIF engenharia e automação
AUDIO AND VIDEO
Carlos Motta, Clami, Decameron, Dpot, Micasa, Ovo, Sollos, Tora Brasil
Designed to be a family summer home, the project inspires itself with the view of the lake and the sunset.
An entrance hall highlighted by its orange-ocher coloring stands out among the white volumes and unites them.
Showing its function through its color, it forms an implantation of two perpendicular rectangles.
As it is also a circulation space, it immediately directs flows to the larger block, destined for the social and intimate area or, if preferable, the volume that holds the leisure spaces.
At the request of the clients, who wanted a space to display their numerous art collections, the larger pavilion is made up of a generous social area that embraces coexistence but also the desires of the residents, receiving paintings and sculptures.
As you move towards the rooms, the environment then narrows into a true gallery, reserved and with a second space for rest and contemplation.
In contrast to this entrance environment open to the landscape, with fully collapsible frames, further back and private, are the children's bedrooms which, in search of individuality, are divided into three distinct blocks, visually notable on the facade for a distance of one meter and a half from each other.
These "breathers", so to speak, generate, in addition to the interesting movement of volumes, a more pleasant dynamic for accessing the rooms, offering a small glimpse of the landscape as the route progresses.
Crowning these subtleties of openings and distances is a slab covered in wood and supported by metal pillars which, distancing it from the rest of the volumes, acquires lightness and its own movement through its independence from the set and its bulging sides.