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The architects created the Roots House, a refugee for the modern woman that rescues the simple way of living, valuing what is really necessary. Adriana A. Helú Hawilla, Carolina Oliveira e Marina Torre Lobo participated for the third time in CASACOR São Paulo, which, this year, has “Alive House” as a theme, with a versatile space, adaptable to the new ways to enjoy the conviviality. With this proposal and seeking to bring to today’s living a project with an atmosphere of refugee, the professionals created a country house of 115m², a “hiding place” for a successful woman, wife and mother, who needs to disconnect from the modern world to recharge the energies and accomplish all her tasks. The architects celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the office this year and has chosen the CASACOR 2018 to commemorate their story of work and achievements. The space is a house, in a prime spot, the first of the exhibition, and that is why the trio strived themselves to create an energizing ambiance and that could really welcome the public, being a pleasant surprise. View more View full description
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