With so little vegetation nowadays in the big cities, people are trying to escape the concrete jungle and to rediscover the beauty of nature. Remote locations are perceived as very attractive when it comes to choosing a spot for a holiday home or even a permanent residence. The EZ Residence, for example, was built on this ample site in Sao Paulo. Brazil.
This was a project by Reinach Mendonça Arquitetos Associados. Completed in 2015, the residence covers an area of 1146 square meters. An important consideration was the connection between the house and its surroundings. The architects made sure to offer the interior spaces good orientations and beautiful views.
The architects showed great respect to the site and the surroundings. Integration with nature and between spaces was given a lot of importance. The interior is organized on two levels. The ground floor contains the social spaces which are disposed in an open floor plan that contains the living room, kitchen and dining area.
The social spaces have direct access to a large veranda which then seamlessly transitions into an infinity edge pool. Out here the comfort of the interior spaces is transferred and adapted. The transition is seamless and natural thanks to the series of sliding glass walls and doors embedded into the facade of the house.
The private spaces are all situated upstairs. They can be accessed via a beautiful wood and stone staircase. They get to offer expansive and panoramic views of the valley and the landscape, receiving abundant natural light and featuring a similarly strong connection with nature and the outdoors in general.
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