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João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

Architecture João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana HouseThe site is forest in steep slope, trees downward to the river. The house almost flies away, like branches and leaves. The street access is a bridge anchoring and connecting  the six porticos which disposed along the contour lines structure the pavilion  as if a steel stilt house.

João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

© Marcílio Gazzinelli

João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

© Marcílio Gazzinelli

João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

© Marcílio Gazzinelli

Internal inter-levels are in succession, around the vertical axis  of the central stairway. Observatory rooms are projected in the air. Over the transparent room is the terrace continuity built from the landscape a suspended yard embracing the nature.

João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda | Serrana House

© Marcílio Gazzinelli

Location: Brazil
Architect:  João Diniz Arquitetura Ltda 
Associate architects: Marcelo Maia, Adriana Aleixo, Clarissa Bastos, Cristiano Cezarino
Project: 2000; completion: 2001
Site area: 1003,00 m2
Built area: 360,00 m2
Civil engineers: Gabriel, Bi Lustosa
Structural engineer: Sebastião Mendes
Structure weight: 14,5 ton.
Steel: aço A36, perfil laminado CSN
Photos: Marcílio Gazzinelli
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