GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Stairs, BeamGR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Facade, Garden, WindowsGR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - ChairGR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Facade, Garden+ 18

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Text description provided by the architects. The implantation on the site of 580 sqm with the proposal of a construction that contains an extensive program. And, therefore with the necessities of many openings for illumination and ventilation in a narrow land between two other constructions in the condominium. With this, few plans of façade. Therefore the distribution of the plant is in three levels with the floor that contains the service area embedded half level, the main floor (living room and two bedrooms) half above of the arrival level.

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Facade, Garden, Windows

And the first floor one level and a half from the ground level zero. It was firmed as broken a house it has visually led, with structure in steel with slim pillars painted in white. Big panels painted of white that articulates in the form that if has the maximum opening of the vain ones. 

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Facade, Beam

Minimum of pillars, transparency in the level of the living room. This concept made possible the integration of the external and the internal. The construction was implanted in two blocks having defined two empty areas. One in the front of the construction with the garden of entrance and parking of cars. And other, the main one, with a great private internal garden contained by the blocks of the construction. 

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Chair

Fluidity of the circulation of the people always through catwalks, with no limits, no walls. What it provides a playful environment where what always circulates sees indistinctly the other spaces. To always prolong ate the final specification is synthetic with practically three or four materials, more basically the use of marbles (room, kitchen and garden) and wood in the rooms. Central garden as axle of the house converge of all the spaces. Central garden also with magical element in accordance with the Japanese concept of engawa.

GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen - Facade, Garden

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Cite: "GR House / Bernardes Jacobsen" 04 Jun 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/22930/gr-house-bernardes-jacobsen> ISSN 0719-8884

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