Architects: Solange Cálio Arquitetos
Landscaping Project: LF Paisagismo
Area: 797 m²
Photographs: Denilson Machado
Casa C + JP was built to enhance the privileged view of the land, located within a condominium with a golf course. The main concept is based on the appreciation of straight shapes and neutral colors. At the entrance to the residence we have the suspended access staircase, made of perforated metal sheet, keeping the garden suspended. Stones were used on the side of the garage ramp as support.
On the first floor we have the social and service area of the residence. On the
upper floor we have 3 suites and 1 home office, which transforms into a guest
room by closing the doors. In the basement we have a large garage with
access to the engine room, storage space and entrance hall.
The integration of the external and internal areas takes place through large
openings, with floor/ceiling frames, which are completely retracted, uniting
the leisure spaces with the internal area of the house.
Choosing materials with little variation is important for visual continuity. The ipê wood floor is present from the entrance to the house and unites all spaces, including the gourmet area. The incidence of sunlight, present practically all year round, was resolved with the use of mobile vertical brises, made of perforated corrugated metal sheet, called mini wave.
With this feature we achieve shade inside the house, blocking the light, and
generating an effect of lights and shadow, which changes during the time and
position of the sun.
The ipe wood flooring runs throughout the floor, including the stairs on the second floor. The freijó wood panel was a feature chosen to hide the access doors to the rooms. The bathroom of the double suite is one of the highlights within the residence. In the search for well-being, we combine natural elements, colors, textures and experiences. The view is free and broad over the golf course, the neutral tone comes from the white Paraná marble, the bathtub in a strategic position leads the client to contemplation and rest.
For the Interior Project we chose contemporary pieces from some Brazilian designers such as Sergio Rodrigues, Jader Almeida, Arthur Casas, and some antique pieces, prioritizing comfort and straight lines.
The office followed the work from start to finish, from the architectural,
landscaping and interior design, which resulted in a dream come true for the
client. And for the office, it’s a privilege to be able to see a project go from
paper to reality.