Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Modern Brazialian House | Casa Manacás | Nova Lima | Brazil | Gustavo Penna Arquiteto
The couple, still no children in sight, like things uncomplicated.
The house’s gestures are also simple. Large openings to the landscape and marquees, as if unfolding roles: the entrance portico becomes brises-soleil and then a veranda.
It’s a sum of planes, indicating and enhancing ways and perspectives.
The semblance is comprised of transparencies and semi-transparencies, filtered lights, unveiling intimacy on one moment and conviviality on the next. ..............more
A space for storing and welcoming, the Moon and the Sun, a bit of mystery and a dash of challenge.