Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente
Photo © Fran Parente

Natura's House

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Year
2009
Cost
Undisclosed
Stories
1-5 Stories

The house Natura Santo André is actually a prototype of a planned construction, pre-shaped and sustainable that possibly will be replicated throughout the country as a brand showroom at a second time.

The project was designed as a metal skeleton that has empty (yards) closed blocks (auditorium, toilets, pantry and administrative) and the rest is closed with glass to visually connect the external areas, the core of the project.

The apparent structural metal skeleton, almost omnipresent in the project also has the task of shadowing the work in strategic locations, both vertically and horizontally through sun blockers and pergolas. The yards were filled with trees that, over the years will grow and almost blowing with the structure, making the interior and exterior of the work merged into a project that seeks union space and sustainability.

This is the first commercial work certified by Aqua seal, the Brazilian´s seal for environmental certification. It seeks, through a dry construction, pre-shaped and streamlined, to reduce the environmental impact from its production phase until the implementation of the project, whether it´ll be deployed in the south or the north, ensuring quality and architectural space.

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