Interior design. Wednesday , November 30th , 2016 - 07:39:23 AM
The facade is about 40 meters long and faces the main street. In order to deal with the tropical climate aspect of the area of construction, the main surface of the house is slightly angled to create shade from the sun rather than relying only on the flat surface that faces the sun. Aluminum windows also do their part of the job, allowing natural light to enter the house, which was a wonderfully thought out option, as it makes it looks large and bright.
They wanted to put much emphasis on the lobby area, because of the fact that it’s a client’s first impression upon entering the space. It had to, then, present a very good first image, as well as the kitchen area did, having to change from a space meant for a breakfast and coffee to a more special area, where people could rest comfortably. Thus, a large yellow kitchen was built, with a large table where people can gather and relax.
Drawing this void was the start to the whole project, with its form being strongly determined when the natural light, coming from the terrace, bathes the whole interior.
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