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Xingú house in Nova Lima, Brazil by Tetro Arquitetura

Project name:
Xingú house
Architecture firm:
Tetro Arquitetura
Nova Lima, Brazil
Tools used:
AutoCAD, SketchUp, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Principal architect:
Carlos Maia, Débora Mendes, Igor Macedo
Design team:
Tetro Arquitetura
Built area:
1500 m²
Site area:
8000 m²
Design year:
Completion year:
Igor Macedo
In progress
Residential, Houses

The Belo Horizonte-based architecture firm Tetro Arquitetura has designed ''Xingú house'' a contemporary single-family home to be built in Nova Lima, Brazil. 

Architect's statement: The Xingu house is set in a huge and complex site, with stone walls remaining from an old building, native forests, grassy plateaus and spectacular views of the mountains. There is even a cave, where the winery and cheesemaking will be. The shape of the house is an answer to all these peculiarities. The back embraces the jungle, while the front hangs over water mirrors towards the view. 

house nested in to nature Visualization by Igor Macedo

long black house with stone columns Visualization by Igor Macedo

riverside house with outdoor furniture Visualization by Igor Macedo

cozy living room with panoramic view of forest Visualization by Igor Macedo

river water reach under the house Visualization by Igor Macedo

walnut wood dining table Visualization by Igor Macedo

dining table and chairs Visualization by Igor Macedo

black house surrounded with trees and plants Visualization by Igor Macedo

black house nested in to tropical rainforest Visualization by Igor Macedo

Ground Floor Plan drawing Plan

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By Naser Nader Ibrahim

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