MORORÓ: A Extensive House with A Linear Extrusion and Inexpensive Construction

MORORÓ: A Huge Home with A Linear Extrusion and Inexpensive Construction

Mororó Residence is positioned in the mountains of Campos de Jordão, Sao Paulo, Brazil, known for its lower winter season temperatures. This wide home is made by Studio MK27 with an architecture principle that departs from a linear extrusion of 1 one portion. The intention is to compose an 11-foot huge and 65-foot very long pavilion. The design of this house is not only affordable but also rapid merged with industrialized answers.

Volume

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The volume of this house is described by the duality amongst opacity and transparency. The extensive western part is clad with a gray corrugated steel sheet that contains a residing room, kitchen, and bed room. The pavilion is created fully in glass on the east portion for the sauna and pool. This east portion extends in a extend of 14-meters.

 

Construction

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There is a deck surrounds the entire house perimeter that elevated over the land purely natural profile. The components like wooden can be discovered within, developing a cozy ambiance like in a classic mountain chalets. The development is speedy and economical with industrialized answers these as the steel body partitions and metal structure.

 

Features

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Some things of the house are constructed in loco and assembled at the challenge website to generate a shorter development time. With controlled openings and successful thermal performance, the opaque facade is also lowered maintenance charges and strength losses. This property creating sits on the lowest component of the site in the middle of a attractive Pine Tree Forest, surrounded by wonderful nature.

 

Mororó Household

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Photographer: Fernando Guerra

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