Imagens - Guilherme Torres


Um pequeno estúdio  em Londrina, Brasil, serve de habitação ao arquitecto brasileiro Guilherme Torres.
Com inspiração nos projectos de Paulo Mendes da Rocha (Pritzker em 2006)  que explorou a arquitectura brutalista, na qual as instalações eléctricas e hidráulicas estão à vista, o resultado foi uma casa de baixo custo. Usou maioritariamente betão afagado, o qual foi revestido na cozinha com borracha para evitar manchas.
Uma casa despojada de materiais “nobres” onde o espaço é preenchido com uma mistura de estilos.

A small studio in Londrina, Brazil, was the home option for the brazilian architect Guilherme Torres.
The design was inspired by the projects of Paulo Mendes da Rocha,
a Brazilian architect who won the Pritzker prize in 2006 and famous for exploring the Brutalist Architecture, in which the electrical and plumbing are at sight. As result of such an inspiration was a low cost house. Used mostly concrete in all the spaces, which was, in the kitchen coated with rubber to to avoid oil stains.
A house stripped of "noble" materials where the space are filled with a mixture of styles.


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