Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos

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Bom Retiro, Brazil
  • Architects: Nommo Arquitetos
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  8191 ft²
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2020
  • Photographs
    Photographs :Eduardo Macarios
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Carlotto Esquadrias
  • Lead Architects : Helio Dorta / Elaine Fuson
  • Project Team : Anderson Luis de Almeida / Luana Barichello / Fernanda Linero / Jefferson Carollo Filho / Matheus Bandoch
  • Cliente : Baltic Incorporações Imobiliárias
  • Engineering : Baltic Incorporações Imobiliárias
  • City : Bom Retiro
  • Country : Brazil
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Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Exterior Photography
© Eduardo Macarios

Text description provided by the architects. Five houses occupy a corner lot in a residential neighborhood in Curitiba. Outside, the feeling is one of unity, since geometrically there are no divisions between the houses, and in terms of materiality the whole building was treated in the same way: white at the top and stone at the bottom. Only the gates mark the entrances.

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Exterior Photography
© Eduardo Macarios

The initial challenge was to deploy the five houses – which was a demand from the client and builder – on a perfectly square plot. The solution came through different units that converge in a space that concentrates three of the five yards.

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Facade, Concrete
© Eduardo Macarios
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Isometric
Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Concrete
© Eduardo Macarios

There was a search for individuality by bringing specific characteristics to each unit. The houses have different plants and solar orientations, but all units generate products with a wide relationship between the social area and the patio, laundry room with isolated service patio, and spacious and well-ventilated rooms.

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Interior Photography, Stairs
© Eduardo Macarios
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Ground Floor Plan
Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Interior Photography, Glass
© Eduardo Macarios

In all houses, light was sought to its maximum potential, making use of cutouts in the plans, zenith lighting and wide windows that go from floor to ceiling. The use of white also reinforces this premise.

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Interior Photography, Stairs
© Eduardo Macarios
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Section A
Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Interior Photography, Concrete
© Eduardo Macarios

Above all, we sought an architecture that allows residents to experience the neighborhood atmosphere, maintaining a close relationship with the neighborhood and a uniform aesthetic, which ties together a commonly fragmented urban landscape.

Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Facade
© Eduardo Macarios

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Cite: "Five Houses / Nommo Arquitetos" [Casas Cinq / Nommo Arquitetos] 02 Jan 2021. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/953351/five-houses-nommo-arquitetos> ISSN 0719-8884

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