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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
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.

Climbing house in Goiânia, Brazil by LEO ROMANO

 
July 7th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: LEO ROMANO 

The architectural party of the House of the Climbing was defined in order to value the conditions offered by the place. Observed the physical and topographic conditions, as well as the solar orientation and the winds, the volume was defined from the choice of the concrete as main constructive element. However, poetics is in the way this material has taken shape. In the main volume, the social and leisure area is defined by a light coverage. The prestressed concrete happens like a smooth curved line, almost like a leaf hovering in the air. In contrast, the social area is present by a solid rectangular volume, which at the same time is \”heavy\”, \”floats\” on two sculptural pillars. Under this volume, garden, garage and a climbing wall coexist harmoniously.

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

  • Architects: LEO ROMANO
  • Project: Climbing house
  • Location: Goiânia, Brazil

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

The slope offered by the topography, was determinant for the implantation of the house. From the sidewalk, social access takes place along a winding ramp in the middle of a small palm grove, making this a pleasant walk.

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

In the front patio the house, the deck receives the pool. A few steps up, the balcony connects garage and plaza, giving in a very informal way the welcome to the residents and visitors. Between porch and rooms, a miter with sliding doors opens almost entirely, integrating the spaces of conviviality quite naturally.

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

The articulations of the parties, the dimensioning and the physical aspects defined in a precise way, make the House of the Climb a contemporary example of the Brazilian address. It values ​​family relationships and lends itself to the specificities of the residents. Equally important, it presents an expressive and poetic typology, re-signifying values ​​and firmly representing the architect’s thinking.

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

Image Courtesy © LEO ROMANO

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