Residencia Tambore By Conseil Brasil
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CATEGORIES: Art • Bathroom • Bedroom • Decorative Accessory • Dining Room • Fireplace • Furnishings • Residence • Interior Design • Kitchen • Landscaping • Living Room • Office • Rug • Staircase • Wall Decor
TAGS: Brazil • Conseil Brasil • Contemporary Home • Glass Walls • São Paulo • Stone walls • Tambore • Wood Floors • Wood Walls
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“Mies van der Rohe is a single of my excellent idols. Hence, their conceptions finish up being absorbed in my projects. In certain, almost all structural products can be connected with it. Even the rear facade, which is completely of glass” – says Anna Novaes.”
In the design of Anna Novaes, the idea for the decoration was no distinct. The architect chose to invest in structural motifs and fixed decoration, as differentiated coatings, plus the selection of a palette of muted and neutral colors used elegant way, with no extravagance, in all environments, even in intimate.
The German architect was also the creator of the well-known phrase ” significantly less is more ”. This indicates that occasionally the simplicity of a project and a properly developed architecture is adequate to cause her proof, since the true beauty is inherent in the essential components.
This mix of supplies, specially with the glass composition is strong feature in the styles of Van der Rohe. Other highlights are the straight lines and structural objectivity, clearly perceived in the residence.
In the residence, located in Alphaville, Sao Paulo, the architect opted to integrate all social environments – dining space, breakfast room, Tv space, gourmet and livings – and at the very same time, separate them only by partitions glass in the model of sliding doors. This results in the incidence of organic light in each room . The kitchen, in turn, is separated from other spaces by a panel created by Anna Novaes.
Van der Rohe innovated structures and valorized open spaces. Extended atmosphere when making use of glass as partitions, also on facades. For the 1st half of the last century these features were excellent innovations, and gave him recognition. Their concepts of the building and urban preparing had been expanded and employed later in projects worldwide, such as the elaborated by Conseil Brasil.
The references utilized had been taken primarily from the German pavilion design and style for Globe Expo 1929 in Barcelona, popularly identified as the Barcelona Pavilion, which complete 85 years in 2014.
“Considering his huge admiration for Ludwig Mies van der Rohe – a main 20th century German architect who helped define modern architecture – the architect Anna Novaes, of the Conseil Brasil workplace, developed the project of a residence of 230m² with concepts of architecture created by well-known specialist.
Residencia Tambore by Conseil Brasil:
It is situated in Tambore, São Paulo, Brazil, and has a vibrant and sophisticated interior.
Residencia Tambore is a private residence created by Conseil Brasil.