By Carol Scolforo
Those looking from the outside can imagine this house in Brasilia as a simple box on a 713 m² plot.
The surprise is poetic: upon entering, one sees that it is distributed in a ribbon, in 340 m², as explained by the authors, the architects of the ARQBR office.
This creates courtyards that residents access all the time to move between environments.
A central point of the project, the garden overlooks the pool and the tree, which in the future will provide shade and fruit for the family.
"The distribution of the spaces and their relationships promote . . .
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