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Casa Dr. Reginaldo Spenciere / AUZprojekt

  • 01:00 - 29 January, 2010
Casa Dr. Reginaldo Spenciere / AUZprojekt
Casa Dr. Reginaldo Spenciere / AUZprojekt, © AUZprojekt & André Ritchie
© AUZprojekt & André Ritchie

© AUZprojekt & André Ritchie © AUZprojekt & André Ritchie © AUZprojekt & André Ritchie © AUZprojekt & André Ritchie +20

From the architect. The kitchen and social area were placed on top to enjoy the sea view (and the light reflecting), the bedroom, of the only permanent inhabitant, is a bunk bed placed at the attic (even more horizon), which liberates the ground level for versatility, dragging walls. It can be almost everything, in contact with the ground which wanted to be a dune.

The project is this peculiar research, free from general thought which no longer serves (to think). After all, this is a home to an immigrant, which sometimes can get friends or family.

© AUZprojekt & André Ritchie
© AUZprojekt & André Ritchie

Alignments, fence and height are defined by the adjacent building, only balconies dispense area, by twisting the figure set in the fourth model. Construction (image found) is a rock, where elements come to loose materials brought by the waves. In surprising logic of debris on the sand.

Cite: "Casa Dr. Reginaldo Spenciere / AUZprojekt" 29 Jan 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/47753/casa-dr-reginaldo-spenciere-auzprojekt/>
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6 Comments

Rick S. · February 01, 2010

The project is great, but the text is really poor... bad translation, perhaps? If the purpose of getting it published here is to get a proper display of the practice, that's something to pay attention to.

Luis · January 31, 2010

Foda-se ca feio!

pdrcntn · January 31, 2010

que coisa tao bruta ...

Indira Naibaho · January 30, 2010
TBX · January 30, 2010

Wow... I absolutely love this: great concept and great execution.

The whole house is kind of made up by the continuous concrete slab, while the usage of it makes it look as though it's featherlight.

It makes me wonder how the whole thing is supported, as the floorplans show almost no structural elements.

PatrickLBC · January 29, 2010

I like how the architects respected the massing of the adjacent building, while exploring their own contemporary style and materials. There is no reason that "modern" looking architecture can't be a good neighbor.

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