Casa do Olhar / Tati Tavares + Alex Dalcin Arquitetura
Textual content description offered by the architects. The Casa do Olhar, signed by Tati Tavares and Alex Dalcin, is positioned in Goiânia/GO, and was created for a younger couple who’re beginning their household. They’re lovers of social life, love receiving family and friends, and worth each shared second. Due to this fact, they had been on the lookout for a home that was not only a shelter, however a spot the place they might reside new experiences and create recollections.
The nook plot offered a problem, as its greatest view faces the West, which implies a direct and intense publicity to the afternoon solar. Thus, it was essential to create an area that was brilliant and welcoming, but in addition supplied thermal consolation through the hottest hours of the day.
On the decrease ground, the answer was to create an space with a decrease ceiling peak on the perimeter of the home and a better ceiling peak within the inside space. Within the portion between these ceiling heights, a muxarabi was created. On this method, we now have a barrier that blocks direct daylight, with out stopping plentiful lighting and with out obstructing the view.
On the higher ground, for the intimate space, movable latticed panels had been used within the exterior space and Venetian blinds within the inside space. On this method, we now have three opening choices: closed blinds, fully blocking the solar; open blinds and closed panels, permitting lighting however sustaining privateness; and open blinds and panels, permitting a whole view.
Because the identify itself suggests, Casa do Olhar was conceived totally pondering of its privileged view, and due to this fact, it was essential to have the minimal doable visible limitations. That’s the reason we sought giant spans with few pillars and used beams and prestressed slabs as a constructive resolution. The absence of partitions additionally created issue in positioning the air conditioners, so it was essential to decrease some inside ceiling heights to put in a central cooling system with grilles.
The consequence was a comfortable home that challenges the bounds of inside and exterior and permits a full view of its environment with thermal consolation all through the day.