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M&M Residence / Bonina Arquitetura

  • 01:00 - 4 December, 2013
  • Translated by Lorena Quintana
M&M Residence / Bonina Arquitetura
M&M Residence / Bonina Arquitetura, © Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

© Tony Chen © Tony Chen © Tony Chen © Tony Chen + 28

  • Architects

  • Location

    São Paulo, Brazil
  • Project Team

    Mauricio Takahashi (autor), Denise Hino, Rosa Fumie Satomi e Ana Paula Nemoto
  • Project Area

    318.0 m2
  • Project Year

    2013
  • Photography

    Tony Chen
  • HVAC

    Air Confort
  • Construction Management

    Bonina Arquitetura
  • Structures

    Serralheria Prates
  • Mechanical and Electrical

    Grifa Esfera Engenharia
  • Interiors and Lighting

    Bonina Arquitetura
  • Landscape

    Erica Nagashima Paisagismo
  • Glass Roof

    Iguatemi coberturas
  • Windows

    J e J esquadrias
  • Metal screen

    Galvanet
  • Ironworks

    Francisfer
  • Ventilation

    Tuboar
  • Luminaires

    Omega Iluminação
  • Marbles / Granite

    Marmores Ocre Itabira
  • Metals and homeware

    Deca Ltda e Metal Bagno
  • Door locks

    Mestre Guido Ferragens
  • Electrical

    Pial Plus
  • Construction

    Laje maciça
  • Paint

    Tintas São Carlos
  • Tiles

    Ornatos ladrilho
  • More Specs Less Specs
© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

An open underground, bound at the ends by two walls made ​​of brick salvaged from the old house that existed on the site. This was the starting point for the project.

© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

Two blocks with exposed concrete supports, make the slender solid slabs cantilever over this space. A block is connected to the other through metal walkways. Thus we obtain a spatiality that mixes indoor-outdoor, upper-lower levels, intimate-social areas, urban - natural.

© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

The program is distributed within the space that plays with the void, sometimes displayed and sometimes hidden. Even a "Pau Ferro" stud is part of this play, and invades the space in an uninhibited way.

© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

A lightweight metal structure rests on top of the two blocks, where the technical facilities are located, and supports the solarium built on top of the building.

© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

Materials used in the project include demolition wood, exposed concrete, cement burned white, iron, demolition brick, white gravel. The materials used in the residence seek authenticity.

© Tony Chen
© Tony Chen

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Cite: "M&M Residence / Bonina Arquitetura" [Residência M&M / Bonina Arquitetura] 04 Dec 2013. ArchDaily. (Trans. Quintana, Lorena) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/454062/m-and-m-residence-bonina-arquitetura/> ISSN 0719-8884

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