Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.
Cobogó Home in Brasilia, Brazil by Ney Lima
March 26th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal
Article source: Ney Lima
Modernist references and yellow cobogós the façade stand out amidst the trees a loft of 120 square meters designed by architect Ney Lima . In a Brasília neighborhood called Park Way, where neoclassical mansions predominate , the project stands to spend simplicity and personality and reveal a house with references in straight lines from the 60s and the Bauhaus school.
The facade is highlighted by simple volumetric niches that frame in yellow , the same color of the wall in cobogós . The main door of the house in demolition wood on first contact and brings the personality of the inhabitant .
Three elements were used to carry out the project design , concrete , wood and yellow. This as a landmark of the language cobogóswere created by the Office of DOMO architecture for a show in Brasilia and then reused in the home.
The cobogós also have the role to enable ventilation in the garden and in living areas while preserving privacy.
The materials for finishing; burnt cement floor and tempered glass framed with wood , converse in harmony with eclectic decor which is a mix of designer pieces , handcrafted and affective décor and informal arrangements, family pieces, paintings and personal collections.
The integrated kitchen space was designed to be a meeting point for the resident with friends. The refrigerator inherited family was restored and colorful and with the patchwork of tiles led to a playful atmosphere and relaxed feel.
Contact Ney Lima
One Response to “Cobogó Home in Brasilia, Brazil by Ney Lima”