Set in an area that encompasses two plots of land, its volume has gained horizontality to accommodate the programme of large, integrated environments, mainly on the ground floor.
Surrounded by a hollow metal panel that also embraces the vegetation, the house gains in dynamism and privacy while establishing direct contact with nature. Its sinuous geometry, initiated from the entrance walkway, guarantees volumetry that attracts the visitor's attention. The entrance hall gives access to the ground floor, where volumes, also curved, clad in slatted wood, suggest the flow through the social area.
This space integrates living room, dining room, kitchen and gourmet area, and fully connects with the outdoor area through a span of 23 meters. There is also a playroom, office and service areas on the ground floor.
To establish a subtle transition between the indoor and outdoor spaces, the outdoor area received the same floor covering applied to the social area and veranda. The moulded concrete blocks provide a sense of continuity between the environments, from the living room to the bottom of the infinity pool. To support the moments of leisure, another wooden panel houses the wet sauna and bathrooms.
The second floor concentrates the intimate area of the residence, equipped with a private living room and 6 suites. Common to all these spaces, a large balcony facing the back of the property overlooks the swimming pool and the neighbouring lake. This setback, together with the metal panel with shrimp openings, provides sun protection and privacy to the bedrooms. In the internal corridors, zenithal openings maintain thermal comfort and natural lighting. Also on the second floor are the gym and service area, consisting of three bedrooms (one suite) and a kitchen.