Located on Guaecá Beach, on the coast of São Paulo, Brazil, the Patropi House was designed to be a rental. With no precisely defined customer, the design team could dare in some finishing solutions, while trying to cater to all tastes in order to be easy to rent out.

Architecture: Angá Arquitetura
Design team: Carolina Gurgel, Gabriela Panico and Camila Caiuby
Millwork: Marcenaria do Vandelson
Marble supplier: Multi Pedras Ind. de Mármores e Granitos
Tiles: Rochbeton
Glass: Vidraçaria Trindade
Pool tiles: Jatobá
Kitchen finishes: Fórmica
Paint specs: Jeans Lavado | Suvinil and Verde Sálvia | Suvinil
Concrete blocks: Celucon
Roof tiles: Teplac
Solar heating: Hidramais
Lamps: Hidrel e Lustres Yamamura
Flower pots: Goma Ateliê
Area: 240 sq. meters
City: Guaecá Beach, São Sebastião
Country: Brazil
Year: 2019
Photographs: Carolina Lacaz

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We wanted the house to respect its surrounding landscape rich in nature . Despite its contemporary and striking volume, the choice of materials and colors, blue and green, allowed for the house to be delicate.

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Blue and green can be found throughout the house in various materials and shapes, blending with the Brazilian and tropical decor.

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