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Bravos House was designed in 2013 and built from 2013 to 2015 at the Porto Riviera Condominium, in Brava Beach, city of Itajaí, Southern Brazil. The organization of the 937-square-meter house opens its best views to the east sector of the site, where Brava beach is located.
Project name
Bravos House
Architecture firm
Jobim Carlevaro Arquitetos
Location
Itajaí (SC), Praia Brava, Brazil
Photography
Leonardo Finotti (www.leonardofinotti.com)
The Soil House explores the contact of people with the floor, soil, the grass. Its irregular shape deviases the trees and embraces the center of the ground reinforcing this relationship with the Land. 
Project name
Soil House
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
Serra do Cipó, Brazil
Photography
Luisa Lage
Designed using the ancient indigenous “Taperá style” as a reference, usually characterized by being a visually simple home, with open walls and simple enclosures, this residence uses natural lighting and ventilation to its advantage.
Project name
Taperá Residence
Architecture firm
Victor B. Ortiz Architecture
Location
Paraty, Brazil
Tools used
Rhinoceros 3D, Grasshopper, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
The Bridge house, in Floripa, connects Santa Catarina Island to the continent in two ways - due to its position and its construction elements. Overlooking the Cacupé sea, the house faces the sunset, prioritizing the view of the continental sea and the mountain range.
Project name
Bridge House
Architecture firm
Tetro Arquitetura
Location
Florianópolis, Santa Catarina State, Brazil
Tools used
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Ananda is the name set by Stemmer Rodrigues Arquitetura for its new house project in Eldorado do Sul (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil). Ananda means supreme bliss, a common term widely used in Hinduism. The choice directly refers to the owner’s wish of transforming her house into a bright space to live in and to receive students for yoga and meditation c...
Project name
Ananda House
Architecture firm
Stemmer Rodrigues Arquitetura
Location
Eldorado do Sul, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Photography
Lucas Franck/NMLSS
LOFT RLO was designed as a pavilion that seeks to capture a life inherently connected to living outdoors. A single -story residence with generous proportions, with just one suite, one bathroom and two half-baths, that values being and living together, blurring the lines that separate the outdoors from the indoors.
Project name
Loft RLO
Architecture firm
ME Arquitetura
Location
Brasilia, Brazil
Photography
Haruo Mikami
UNA barbara e valentim: Prototype of a vertical house for implantation in the middle of a forest, made with an industrial system of glued laminated wood.
Project name
Casa Pier
Architecture firm
UNA barbara e valentim
Location
Alagoas, Brazil