Project name: Jukro beach house
Architecture firm: Raiz Arquitetura
Principal architect: Alexandre Ferraz & Elias Souz
Built area: 1.373,84 m²
Completion year: 2018
Photography: Manuel Sá
Landscape: Semente Nativa
Material: Concrete, Wood, Metal, Glass
Location: Jardim Acapulco, Guarujá, São Paulo, Brazil
Jukro beach house, located in Jardim Acapulco (Guarujá) on the banks of São Paulo, was built on two floors and made of reinforced concrete. The project has been signed by the Raiz Arquitetura led by architects Alexandre Ferraz and Elias Souza, whose portfolio consists of several high-end homes on the coast and interior of São Paulo.
The house was designed under certain needs, with conditions to maintain a view of the Atlantic Forest on the floor of the lot and a view of the Serra do Mar in front of the residence with a plow to the rear, with a double upright balcony. and, in front, a double-height living room glazed with exterior braces to be on the west side.
Seven suites, one master and two semi-master were defined to accommodate the family, all arranged to provide privacy, with more dining and living rooms and a chimney; Leisure environments such as home theater, gourmet, swimming pool, sauna, zen space with fireplace and spa, in addition to sports areas such as gym, field and changing rooms.
The kitchen has been developed in an integration of interior and exterior, providing support to the gourmet space. In addition to the laundry with independent vertical access to the cupboards on the upper floor, an independent entrance was provided for the services and bathing area. The use of natural lighting throughout the house was preferred, through the opening of the inner garden and the aanchal.
This landscape around the built environment made all the difference. The natural elements that are integrated into the architecture or designed to compose the space made a huge difference in the way the space is experienced.
Natural elements that are integrated into architecture or designed to compose the space have made a huge change in the way the space is perceived.
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