FB Home / Jobim Carlevaro Arquitetos
Textual content description offered by the architects. The Casa FB was designed as an annex to an present household house, serving as a residing space and master bedroom. Primarily based on the proprietor’s need for a spacious and impressed house, just like the reception areas of the vineyards they’d visited, a program was created with a lounge, cellar, wine bar, assist kitchen, and a big suite, all built-in with the attractive views of Praia de Taquaras, situated south of the town of Balneário Camboriú, within the state of Santa Catarina.
From a building perspective, a platform was created with uncovered bolstered concrete on the stage of the prevailing deck, mixed with an engineered eucalyptus wooden system (MLC), leading to a modular aesthetic expression of the structural selections. The metallic columns that assist the wood construction guarantee its slimness, facilitating visible permeability, and together with the aluminum frames, full the set of constructive options together with the techno-cement ground.
The inner partitions, fabricated from metal body with drywall cladding, complement the flexibleness of the home.
The technical areas and reservoirs of the home are situated within the basement, making the most of the peak created by the concrete base that helps the MLC construction, aligned with the topography of the positioning and the prevailing deck.
Attributable to its geographical location close to lush vegetation and views of the ocean, a structural resolution was created that integrates structure and nature, creating an surroundings for socializing and contemplation. Its implementation permits for better photo voltaic incidence within the east, north, and south orientations. With clear openings offered by the glass mass occupying your entire house, it permits for better entry of sunshine into the social and leisure areas of the home all year long. Mixed with beneficiant overhangs, when the solar reaches its peak warmth, round midday, the roof protects the home with shade. Its cross air flow, ensured by openings on all facades within the predominant wind axes of the area and skylights within the bogs, cools the home, which is surrounded by native vegetation.