Neblina House / FGMF

Neblina House / FGMF

Neblina House / FGMF - Interior Photography, Stairs, FacadeNeblina House / FGMF - Interior Photography, ConcreteNeblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, GardenNeblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, FacadeNeblina House / FGMF - More Images+ 25

Itatiba, Brazil
  • Architects: FGMF
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  400
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2017
  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers :  Cor Pedras, Inovar, Lounge Multimídia, Palimanan
  • Lead Architects : Fernando Forte, Lourenço Gimenes, Rodrigo Marcondes Ferraz
  • Project Team : Gabriel Mota, Sonia Gouveia, Ana Paula Barbosa
  • Collaborators : Adriano Soares, Fernanda Veríssimo, Juliana Cadó, Mariana Leme, Wanessa Simoe, Carla Facchini, James Smaul, Rodrigo de Moura, Guilherme Prado
  • Interns : Alessandra Musto, Flávia Theodorovitz, Wendel de Deus, Mariana Schmidt, Mirella Fochi, Pedro Lira, Yara Bello
  • Engineering : Empresarial Paulista
  • Landscape : Rodrigo Oliveira
  • City : Itatiba
  • Country : Brazil
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Neblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, Facade, Garden
© Rafaela Netto

Text description provided by the architects. The awarded architecture firm FGMF Architects, based in São Paulo, signs the design of the Neblina House. This house consists in a composition of volumes that was projected with the sun orientation and also with the gorgeous view of Itatiba’s Valley, in the countryside of São Paulo, Brazil. The amazing views, the necessity of privacy was considered the distance from the street and the desire to integrate the house with gardens were the mainly elements of the volumes conception. 

Neblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, Facade
© Rafaela Netto
Neblina House / FGMF - Image 28 of 30
Upper Floor Plan
Neblina House / FGMF - Interior Photography, Concrete
© Rafaela Netto

The conception of volumes with different dimensions and heights for the rooms, bathrooms, office, garage and stairs is a formal approach, however the construction shows the programmatic sectorization. These volumes arise sometimes set on the ground, sometimes floating above a large front garden, hiding the social area of the house. A thin concrete structure with cantilever strengthens the program visual approach. The resulting glass living room is visually integrated to a large swimming pool, but far enough to permit insolation along the year. 

Neblina House / FGMF - Interior Photography, Concrete
© Rafaela Netto
Neblina House / FGMF - Image 29 of 30
Section
Neblina House / FGMF - Interior Photography, Living Room
© Rafaela Netto

The service areas were partially hidden in a certain quota with a green roof, being disguised in the landscape and working as a kind of retaining wall. This containment created a plateau hidden from the public view. In this place, a living room was projected as a glass resulting from the upper volumes.  

Neblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, Garden
© Rafaela Netto

A covered and closed space for leisure, the remaining plastic design, hovering the water mirror and towards this awesome view.

Neblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography, Facade
© Rafaela Netto
Neblina House / FGMF - Image 30 of 30
Elevation
Neblina House / FGMF - Exterior Photography
© Rafaela Netto

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Cite: "Neblina House / FGMF" [Casa Neblina / FGMF] 27 Dec 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/953374/neblina-house-fgmf-arquitetos> ISSN 0719-8884

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