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Pinheiros House: A Three-Floor House Formed by Blocks with A Relationship to the Environments

Sits in the Pinheiros neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil, Pinheiros House is formed by blocks. These blocks are distributed over three floors in 500m² of the project size. Completed in 2013, Felipe Hess Arquitetos also marks this house integration by the relationship of the environments to bring a balance between the building and its surrounding nature.

Apartment Avenida Paulista: A Modern Apartment with A Neutral and Clean Backdrop

Located in São Paulo, Brazil, Apartment Avenida Paulista is designed for a young art and furniture collector by Felipe Hess. This apartment is located on a busy corner of Avenida Paulista with 450m² in size. Completed in 2013, the idea of this project is to create a neutral and clean backdrop to make architecture disappear and to house the owner’s collection.

C+c House: Urban Dwellings in Narrow and Long Plots With Wall Element and Freijó Wood Surface

Just like another project by Studio MK27 – D House – C+C House is a project investigation on townhouses. Completed in June 2015, this house is located in narrow and long plots in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In order to create a regular order in the plan organization, this house is defined by a single trace: a wall element. While the surface of the house is clad in slatted Freijó wood.

FIO: A Single-Family House with An Architectural Promenade and Direct Spatial Continuity

From July 2010 to February 2015, Studio MK27 has been completed a residential project of a single-family house. Fio House is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil with 1.100 sqm of the built area. This large house proposes an inversion to the plan organization of its typology on two floors. It is also designed with an architectural promenade that begins on the house exterior while the direct spatial continuity is added between the interiors and exteriors.

MORORÓ: A Wide House with A Linear Extrusion and Economical Construction

Mororó House is located in the mountains of Campos de Jordão, Sao Paulo, Brazil, known for its low winter temperatures. This wide house is designed by Studio MK27 with an architecture concept that departs from a linear extrusion of one single section. The goal is to compose an 11-foot wide and 65-foot long pavilion. The construction of this house is not only economical but also quick combined with industrialized solutions.

REDUX: A Modern Large House with Four Functional Blocks and Flat Concrete Slabs

For Redux House, Studio MK27 takes up the house-pavilion image: one story floor dwelling that floating over the plot and it defines from an architectural element surrounded by the garden emptiness. This house is located in Bragança Paulista, Sao Paulo, Brazil, a house project with four functional blocks and flat concrete slabs. This project is also shaped by an elaborated formal composition of voids and masses.

Gama Issa House: A Modern Big House with White Surfaces and Varied Ceiling Heights

From January 2012 to May 2016, Studio MK27 has been completed a project of a modern big house located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Gama Issa House offers diverse architectural sensations for each space from its varied ceiling heights, the intersection of volumes, and white surfaces. A futuristic minimalist atmosphere in this house comes from the furniture of modern designers and more pieces are added to it.

Planar House: A Large House with A Green Roof and Elegant Proportions of Miesian Architecture

The interior and architecture design for this large house is designed by Studio MK27. Planar House is a 2018 completed project located in Porto Feliz, Sao Paulo, Brazil. It has a flat green roof that contributes to the thermal comfort in the house and elegant proportions of Miesian architecture that come from the cross-shaped metallic pillars.

Jungle House: A Unique House with Modern Design and Tropical Vegetation

Just like other Studio MK27’s projects in other countries and beach shelters, there is a strong desire for establishing a relationship between the architecture of exact lines and its surroundings shown through this house. This relationship is achieved by the architect with a sensorial-spatial tectonic approximation with the environment and also a formal contrast.

Catucaba: Taking Advantage of Natural Site Conditions with Efficient and Self-Sufficient Systems in A Large House

For the house inner floor, the architect uses tiles manufactured locally with earth from the house site. For the sidewalls, a similar solution is also adapted and done in a hammed earth. From the Green Building Council Brazil, this house has been received the Platinum environmental certification. It is the first time award in this country.