house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls

Double Brick Walls House. Basic and simple geometry, but rich in details.

Double Brick Walls House. Basic and simple geometry, but rich in details.

Double Brick Walls HouseCASA FArchitecture: Felipe Campolina

Double Brick Walls House

Double Brick Walls House Architecture: Felipe Campolina. CASA F – Basic and simple geometry, but rich in details. This house is set in a terrain that has no borders with neighbors. This house is rich in details, It’s completely surrounded by streets, with a slight slope topography that goes down and points to a beautiful mountains view. On the opposite side, an exposed passageway suggests a few openings facades. ROOF SHAPES IN ZURICH

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Double Brick Walls House - CASA F
Architecture: Felipe Campolina

Double Brick Walls House. Basic and simple geometry – The design was developed on a rectangular grid with 4,20m wide by 14,40m long, modulated from the brick dimension (10x20cm). Contrasting with the irregular shape of the terrain. The house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. READ ALSO: FLEXIBLE MINI HOUSE

Double Brick Walls House - CASA F

With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls, following classic masonry techniques, which gives the building a good structural resistance and excellent thermal performance. READ: THE COMPLEX GEOMETRIC

house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls

Distributed on 60 sqm, the 1st-floor houses all the social aspects and services, in addition to a bedroom with a terrace. The living room was designed with a 5,15 m high ceiling, especially to increase the spaciousness on the narrow ambient. READ ALSO: CASA POVO

house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls Architecture: Felipe Campolina

This place has also generous openings that contribute to an abundance use of natural light that permeates the Double Brick Walls House’s interior after being filtered through the tree’s foliage. The living room and the kitchen share the same space and are connected to an outside terrace, completing the social area. This external terrace adds an extra 50 sqm to the residence. READ ABOUT: A SCHOOL NEAR PORTO

house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls - CASA F

Double Brick Walls House – Rich in detail – In contrast to the rustic brick, a modern metal staircase gives access to the 2nd floor, which has a 40 sqm area, housing the main suite and a 3rd bedroom that will initially be used for home-office. An iron ladder fixed on the wall leads to the roof access, where is located the technical zone and a spot where we can enjoy the view. READ: THE ZEUS HOSTEL

house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls - CASA F Architecture: Felipe Campolina

Double Brick Walls House. Basic and simple geometry, but rich in details.

house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls
house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls
house geometry is a basic and simple rectangle, but rich in details. With two floors, the residence was built with double-brick walls

Location: Nova Lima, Brazil
area: 150 sqm
year: 2018

construction: 2019-2020
architecture: Felipe Campolina – @fpcamp
construction management: ASD Engenharia – Adriano Vieira
structure: LS Engenharia – Lucas Saraiva
manufactutres: Olaria do Pedrinho, Incobraz Pré-Moldados, Bloco Sigma, Matrix Vidros, R.S Serralheria
photographs: Felipe Campolina

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