The “Casa Portuguesa” is designed to be a space that generates interactions between residents. The idea from the beginning was for the project to appear as if it were a large square.
Studio Name: BIOMA ARQUITETURA
Design Team: Lucas Ohara and Jonathan Souza
Location: Condominio Alphaville Araçatuba 2, Araçatuba, São Paulo – Brazil
Consultants: Polo Engenharia
Photography Credits: Rafazel Zandona
In this project, social and intimate spaces and services were divided into sectors. Making the house well organized.
An aluminum mesh was used as if it were a Portuguese lace, and it is through this material that the name Casa Portuguesa appears.
Always thinking about creating experiences for those who use the built space. Also thinking about the sensations generated from unbuilt spaces. Always imagine people using the house in different ways: talking, laughing, sleeping, looking at somewhere or someone inside the project.