This project refers to a single family house, to deploy in urban terrain, for a large household.
On site, there was a housing subdivision and whose condition, did not correspond to the needs of its users.
Thus, demolished to existing construction and projected to new housing, which respects the functional program established by the developer.
We defined areas of rooms, services, rooms and toilets, a play area outside with porches connection to the green, allowing you to take advantage of the excellent location of the land opposite the Mira River.
The topography of the land was retained and two trees were preserved to the east and west.
The house develops on two floors, is located on floor 0, the hall with access from the porch, a bathroom, living room with double height, game room with connection to an indoor garden, dining room, kitchen and two bedrooms with a sanitary support.
Outside connected by a porch for the private parking areas are located support (wash zone with drying, storage and toilet).
In the first floor with access by stairs to the upper gallery, we considered two groups of rooms intended respectively to the owners of the house, with dressing area and private toilet, three bedrooms with two toilets and storage support.
In Southeast elevational porch areas were considered in levels 0 and 1 so as to allow a shade of habitable.
Formally, it was proposed a building of contemporary lines with flat roofs and large spans.
Locating on a street corner, housing closes for the urban environment, focuses on the inside and opens to the breathtaking view of the valley of the River Mira.
Constructively, it develops from a reinforced concrete structure with some metallic notes, double wall brick masonry with insulation, air-box and simple walls inside.
The covers are reversed, the walls plastered and painted in white, the gaps with aluminum frame double-glazed thermal shutters and exterior wooden rulers.
The use of natural resources and energy efficiency are a priority, being considered the water heating with solar panels and geothermal heating.
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