This house is located in Alphaville – residential area on the outskirts of São Paulo, Brasil. The house that looks like being interwoven into the surrounding landscape has the area of 1200 square meters on three floors and is known as the Jaragua Residence.
The owners of the house – the young couple with two children – addressed to architect Fernanda Marques with the order to create a cozy and opened house with continuous air flow.
Spacious living, cooking and dining areas were made partially opened that allowed providing constant fresh air flow and creating the feeling of freedom.
First floor includes different spaces – a cozy fireplace room, an entertainment room and a dining room, as well as an office, a cloakroom and a guest toilet.
Terraces on the second floor open a panoramic view of splendid picturesque landscapes that represent a living mixture of natural and urban sceneries.
Focusing on creation of spaces smoothly flowing one into another, Fernanda Marques decided to make a family zone upstairs – three independent suites each with its bedroom and balcony.
The first floor including garage, a pantry and a small workshop, opens to the yard with a pool.