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Flying House / Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual

Flying House / Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual

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Houses  · 
São Carlos, Brazil
  • Architects Authors of this architecture project Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual
  • Area Area of this architecture project
  • Project Year Brands with products used in this architecture project
    2018
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Autodesk, Blindex, Cerâmica Atlas, Decortiles, Direct Light, Escadas e Cia, Lourenço Móveis, RN Esquadrias, Ronchesel Marcenaria, Serralheria Corrêa, Silestone, Stylo Gesso, Trimble Navigation
  • Equipe de Projeto

    Raquel Pelosi, Mila Ricetti, Daniele Giacomeli - Escritório R|7 Arquitetos Associados
  • Unit

    m2
  • Finishing and joinery project

    Escritório Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual
  • Construction Company

    Capaz Construtora
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Text description provided by the architects. The simplicity of the shapes and the clean volume without any information made it possible to create a mini-release in the facade block, making it free from the ground a few centimeters. And those six inches so small by such an important building turned out to be giant and named the project Flying House.

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Planta - Pavimento Térreo
Planta - Pavimento Térreo
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With the idea of ​​the maximum openness to the garden, sliding wooden brises are fundamental because they allow to natural light illuminate the areas and filter the sun. The priority of the clients was a good living area, and with this premise the house has fully mixed internal and external areas, they can mix or separate when the sliding doors are closed. 

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Doors collapse and hide in wall sandwiches making the whole house fluid. But when requested, they can isolate the residence. Same thought for the kitchen panel: when open, it is possible to forget that there is closure between the areas. When collected, a wooden skin covers the entire face and closes the kitchen.

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Section 1
Section 1
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The stair/sculpture has three functions: 1- Lead to the upper floor; 2- Decorate the room; 3- Wrap the powder room under the stair. Because it is open and in the heart of the house, visual simplicity has been sought: wooden-lined suspended steps that extend to a ground-floor shelf, colorless glass railing and nothing more.

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Cite: "Flying House / Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual" [Casa Voadora / Raquel Pelosi Arquitetura e Design Visual] 16 Sep 2019. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/923779/flying-house-raquel-pelosi-arquitetura-e-design-visual/> ISSN 0719-8884

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