- Interior Design:Fabio Jorge, Paulo Roberto dos Santos Barbosa, Tais Cristina da Silva, Fernanda Castilho (C2H Arquitetos) e Maria Brasil (Maria Brasil Arquitetura)
- Engineering:SP.PROJECT – Fundações, Estruturas, Hidráulica, Elétrica e Climatização
- Lighting Project:René Adriani Lighting Design
- Landscape Design:Jardim Paulistano
- Consultant:GR Consultoria – Concreto Aparente
- Builder:Epson Construções Personalizadas
- Lead Architects:Fabio Jorge, Paulo Roberto dos Santos Barbosa, Tais Cristina da Silva
- Project Team:Adriana Godoy, Maria Fernanda Vita, Thaís Velasco, Cássio Oba Osanai, Marina Caio
- City:Bragança Paulista
Text description provided by the architects. The house was named W270 because of the site’s precise orientation in a westerly direction. This condition, coupled with a higher plot’s level from east, were the starting point for the lot organization.
The project sets off with two earthmovings; one, three meters above the street and where a recreation field is conformed. Six meters above the street, the second plateau defines the main level of the house.
In the middle of this main level, a quadrangle defines a place, a void, the heart of the house. This emptiness articulates the constructed bodies that ultimately generate the final configuration of the project. The place where all spaces for collective use are situated and where everything converges.
On the north, the pool and the volume that includes spa, sauna and home theater; on the south, in the longest bar, the suites; and in the east body the kitchens and other service facilities. These three stable bodies, protected according to what they host, receive a large metallic roof that marks the living, dining and veranda – three separated spaces that, for convenience, might become one single space.
This space extends to the deck and continues to the lawn and the wall that defines the upper plateau boundary. This is where you can enjoy the completely unobstructed view of the condominium, the beautiful geometry of the lake, the geomorphology of the fields and, at the end of the day, the sunset.