On the outside, a Modular structure with a modern design in a white color that harmonizes with the straight lines of the construction. Inside, a house of minimalist style with wide and diaphanous spaces that dialogue with the outside.
This is all part of a project based on sustainability and the reuse of materials.
With 60 square meters, the house was designed from two containers The house has a living room, a kitchen with integrated laundry, and a bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. A distribution clearly visible from the outside, giving visual lightness to the whole.
The interiors were decorated in white to expand the space and put the focus on minimalism, with clean finishes that flow seamlessly between rooms.
The Japanese atmosphere and the intelligent design of the environmentsThe concept of Kenya Hara (creative director of MUJI) on the “design of emptiness”, a source of inspiration for the architect, who chose several iconic pieces by Studio Nendo designer Oki Sato to furnish the house.
On the other hand, an ultra-compact Dekton surface by Cosentino was chosen to cover floors and walls.
This type of material, with marble-inspired finishes, has properties that are resistant to sun, scratches, stains and abrasion. Thus, exteriors and interiors are protected under a unified layer that provides sophistication.
Project and information: Marilia Pellegrini Arquitetura.
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