Developed by Jacobsen Arquitetura, this urban modern dwelling was developed with a quick to be comfortable and constructed with present day engineering with natural components. The resulting design sees a single volume that runs parallel with a single of its sides open completely to the lush garden landscape occupying the front. The residence has 1370 m².
This urban modern dwelling is positioned in the jardins community of São Paulo
The living room opens totally, to kind what seems like a sheltered patio and establishing a seamless connection to the outside room. This subtle transition among within and outdoors, between architecture and garden is continued all through, with the central circulating room featuring an indoor garden. The spacious residing space acts as the heart of the house. Bedrooms are situated on the first floor, placed on both ends of the scheme and connected by a walkway that bisects the double-height residing space. Greenery is seen on the two sides of the residence, with the bridge connecting the bedrooms on every side.