This gated group residence rests in a blessed neighborhood south of Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Built to deal with the wants of a contemporary household, the house often known as Casa Ceolin was imagined by AT Arquitetura with a linear format which reinforces the connection between indoors and outdoor. A pure stone partitions runs the size of the 280 sqm home, shaping an organized flooring plan: dwelling areas face north whereas the utilities face south. According to its architects, the gated group residence in Brazil “explores alternative ways and prospects to attach the home to the plot and surrounding views, explores connections between dwelling areas and courtyards, dwelling areas to the lake view from the yard.” In a scorching local weather zone, this house is like an oasis – a visually interesting indoor-outside residence connecting the social and personal dwelling areas inside to the enormity of the blissful outdoor.
The single household residence shelters the social dwelling areas on the bottom flooring, whereas upstairs it unravels a a set of personal areas – two bedrooms and a household room – seen by way of breezy curtains. In pictures by Marcelo Donadussi we will distinguish the eye to particulars defining the architect’s work: “In the doorway open automotive porch a Cobogó wall– a hollowed structural white ceramic aspect wall – separates it from an internal courtyard the place a small and delicate ipê amarelo tree (tabebuia alba) completes a scales of privateness filters from the semi personal road to the dwelling and dinning areas.” With a inexperienced roof guiding rainwater in the direction of the lake whereas offering good insulation, this dreamy single household residence in a gated group proves that consolation can by formed by wants and imaginative and prescient.