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  7. Taquari House / Ney Lima

Taquari House / Ney Lima

Taquari House / Ney Lima
Taquari House / Ney Lima, © Edgard Cesar
© Edgard Cesar

© Edgard Cesar © Edgard Cesar © Edgard Cesar © Edgard Cesar + 17

The will of a childless couple was building a home that preserved a typical tree savanna that existed on the ground even before the neighborhood Taquari remedies arise in the Capital of Brazil. Having this first fruits as a starting point , the architect Ney Lima residents met with a two-story house in a U shape Thus the project could benefit the most from the ground and even then highlight the darling of the residents.

© Edgard Cesar
© Edgard Cesar

The ends were designed one bistro cuisine and a living involving the tree that stands out because of the white background and sides with rustic ceramic coating , which resembles the traditional adobe houses employed in the interior of Goiás.

© Edgard Cesar
© Edgard Cesar

The house entrance is marked by a box of exposed concrete where a door was installed corten steel which contrasts with the cement and harmonizes with the external coating.

© Edgard Cesar
© Edgard Cesar

The rooms of the house are integrated into nature through glass windows. The transparent and circular elements are featured for the walls and bring a perspective of communication between the environments having as passing the tree and leisure area.

© Edgard Cesar
© Edgard Cesar

Concrete frames around the vertical windows bring volume and balance between the stiffness of the concrete and the warmth of red. Have a green stone in the pool of Asian origin called Hijau integrates nature and brings freshness necessary that the hot dry climate of.

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Cite: "Taquari House / Ney Lima" [Casa Taquari / Ney Lima] 19 Mar 2014. ArchDaily. (Trans. Saieh, Nico) Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/487727/taquari-house-ney-lima/> ISSN 0719-8884
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