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House 53 in Brazil

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Brazilian architectural firm Studio MK27 have designed the House 53. The house was conceived as a wood and mortar monolithic block with another concrete and glass volume upon it. Due to the ground’s small front and volumetry, the box’s two edges had to make the most of light’s entrance, which explains the large windows. It was also desirable that these windows would make it possible to darken the internal environment whenever needed.

House 53 in Brazil wooden box house 53

The house’s inferior volume, which comprises the living room on the first floor, and the bedrooms on the second floor, is a glass box with wooden brises that open as folding doors. The rooms’ front and back facades were designed to be completely closed or opened.

House 53 in Brazil living room interior

House 53 in Brazil first floor living room interior

House 53 in Brazil first floor living room

House 53 in Brazil living room interior sofa

 From the outside, when the brises (and the front wall, which follows the same language) are closed, it´s impossible to distinguish the openings, and all wooden surfaces make up a pure single volume, without bumps. When these brises are opened, the house looks like a large wood folding. via

House 53 in Brazil second floor

House 53 in Brazil outdoor

House 53 in Brazil bedroom

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