Paes Leme House / Leo Romano

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  • Architects: Leo Romano
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area:  560
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year:  2014
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers:  Aldeia Materiais de Acabamento, CRJ Esquadrias, Interpam
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The Paes Leme House has 560 sqm of built area, is in Quirinópolis, about 150km from Goiânia, and was built from scratch. The landscape that the client would like to see from his room was an important piece of information that should be thought. The land is large (almost 3000 sqm) and corner. The position of the room needed to contemplate the incredible landscape (on the left side there is a view of nature, a mix of mountains with the vegetation of the cerrado). At the same time, the customer also wanted an internal view of the lot (garden, pool, etc).

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Ground floor plan
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The integration between spaces is one of the highlights. It was one of the customer's requests for a house in which he could receive people very well. Then, the house integrates leisure, balcony and all the social part, when they are with the doors open. And from the bedrooms, once the hallway doors open, also overlook the pool. The house is all white-clad and defined by few traces.

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The pool was also an important element in which a very interesting resource was used: the pool is winding in the deepest part and has a simpler shape in its outline.

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The furniture is Brazilian, furniture that the customer can use in their day to day. The house does not have any type of hierarchy, everything is very integrated, to have a more intense use. In this way, the living, the home, the dinner, the porch, everything has a very similar importance within the concept of the house.

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Cite: "Paes Leme House / Leo Romano" [Casa Paes Leme / Leo Romano] 30 Nov 2018. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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