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Flavio Castro | House 3

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The slope of the land and height of six meters over the neighbor later allow distant view that opens from the street level. This panorama establishes continuity between the treetops the Morumbi neighborhood in São Paulo and the skyline buildings.

The house composed by platforms belvedere empowers this relation and reveals the visitor, where it is located.

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This project was developed for two households that will occupy the same house. Thus, the building is divided into three volumes and ensures independence between the parties.

The intermediate volume hosts the father in laws, functionally isolated from the rest of the house giving privacy and indulgence for elderly couple.

The upper volume shelters the intimate area with the couple’s three daughters and the lower volume areas, establishing a direct relation with the land and pool.

The House 3 is composed of integrated spaces for an intense social life and at the same time it ensures the privacy of residents in their daily functions.

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Location: Morumbi, São Paulo, Brazil
Architect: Flavio Castro
Site area: 622m²
Built area: 586m²
Year: 2013
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