- Structure:FT Oyamada
- Hydraulics And Electrical:Pessoa Zamaro
- Landscape:Raul Pereira
- Lighting:Ricardo Heder (Lux Projetos)
- Construction Company:Taguá Engenharia
- Wood Framing:Marcenaria Baraúna
- Technical Artifacts:Papaiz, Ducasse
- Hydraulic Bricks:Brasil Imperial
- Project Architects:Francisco Fanucci, Marcelo Ferraz
- Collaborator:Anne Dieterich
- Architecture Team:Anselmo Turazzi, Beatriz Marques, Cícero Ferraz, Fabiana Paiva, Felipe Zene, Fred Meyer, Gabriel Grinspum, Luciana Dornellas, Pedro Del Guerra, Victor Gurgel
- City:São Paulo
Text description provided by the architects. The site of this house had a considerable slope. As a result, the living room was implemented in one of the higher floors. A single red wall defines and connects the different environments, openings, circulation and furnishings in one end.
The exposed concrete slab has a unifying presence in these spaces, a presence that is reinforced by the hydraulic tiles on the floor. The slab extends outwardly and becomes a descending awning.
The upper floor houses the bedrooms and a recreation area, which opens onto a garden and offers a generous view of the surroundings.
The construction system is simple, including a concrete structure, wooden frames, large windows and sliding doors connecting the indoor and outdoor spaces.