Boa Vista Residence is a 4520 ft² dream home in Campinas, Brazil, designed by Padovani Arquitetos. With pure lines, mixed structure (metallic and concrete), simplicity in the coatings, and differentiated design. This residence stands out in a condominium of Campinas.
The terrain was the challenge for deployment of the house as well as the valued all architectural. The topography in the slope and the forest preservation are vital points of the project.
The program for the couple with a child and a house is well integrated with the land and its visuals, both in the social and intimate areas. This integration is also for a kitchen and barbecue. On the front facade facing the street, the era of law was a responsible one.
The social areas are abbreviated for all terrain and leisure. With functions of generous dimensions, they enable a life of cross-fighting and enhancing the thermal health of the residence. An infinity pool is integrated with a spa and barbecue. Under the pavement, which is permeated by palm trees, is an underground cellar, creating yet another element well differentiated for a house.
The initial landing of the stairs leading to the upper floor seems to float above the water mirror penetrating the house. In this space, a double access page can be accessed in 3 master suites, all connections for a continuous change overlooking the preservation forest. Swiss patients rely on unique zenith model infections illuminating internal plants and breakthroughs.
Ground Floor Plan
First Floor Plan
The Padovani Arquitetos provide text descriptions of Boa Vista Residence.
Photos by: Miro Martins
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