In the Forum-Grad we continue the theme of outstanding and modern interior design of living spaces. We now offer to discuss the design of the house, completed in 2013, which is 1,083 square meters, built in L-shape. Located in the capital of sunny Brazil, Brasilia.
The main reference point for the building is the magnificent landscape around. These are both the plants of the tropical savannah of central Brazil and the majestic mountains to the east of the structure. The cloister courtyard is organized around a lush Copaiba tree.
The first level is an L-shaped block comprising a kitchen with beautiful tableware, a huge living room and bedrooms connected by a long veranda. It not only serves as a transition between rooms, but also protects the space from rain and sunlight. The bathroom is located on the west side of the building sheltering the bedrooms from the intrusion of unnecessary heat.
Garage and guest room located on the north side of the block with access to the yard. The second floor is a library in the form of railings and shelves of books. The interior is largely defined by the woodwork: floor, ceiling, window frames. The style gives the house a very special and comfortable atmosphere. It's just made for good, noisy parties in a small circle of friends.
Designed by Macedo, Gomes& Sobreira.</p