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  • Architects: André Vainer Arquitetos
  • Location: Jardim América, São Paulo – State of São Paulo, Brazil
  • Authors: André Vainer, Tiago Wright, Fernanda Jozsef
  • Architect In Charge: André Vainer
  • Team: Juliana F. Penteado, Marina Ferreira
  • Area: 0.0 m2
  • Project Year: 2015
  • Photographs: Cacá Bratke
  • Structure: Benedictis Engenharia- Eng. Eduardo Duprat
  • Eletric And Hydraulic: Engeplot Engenharia e Serviços S/C Ltda.- Engº Roseane Vendrame
  • Constructor: Skaf Construtora- Eng. Antonio Skaf

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© Cacá Bratke

From the architect. This building functions as a complement to a residence and is located on the same lot, in an area directly behind the main house – its facade looks out onto a different street and it possesses an independent entrance.


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© Cacá Bratke

The arrangement is simple: individual studies, a rehearsal room, a recording studio, a scullery, and bathrooms, as well as the addition of this new outbuilding to the existing house, comprised of offices and a sauna which opens out onto the garden located between the buildings.


Ground Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan

Section A

Section A

Upper Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan

In observance of property setback laws, the building is located as close to the street as possible, while still providing a large garden area between buildings.


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© Cacá Bratke

© Cacá Bratke

© Cacá Bratke

A catwalk connects the buildings’ second stories to each other: the recording studio connects to the office located in the new outbuilding.

The top stories are comprised of a roof garden and an observatory.


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© Cacá Bratke

The structure is made of concrete, using prefabricated slab arrangements and ceramic block masonry; door and window frames are made of painted aluminum and the flooring varies between polished concrete and wood. Monochromatic paint.


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© Cacá Bratke

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