Family Annex Made by the Firm Nommo Arquitetos in Florianópolis, Brazil
By Magaly • Sep 30, 2017
This project consists of a gated community composed of three houses that are shared by members belonging to the same family. The family has, over time, grown, and come to need more space in order to cover their needs.
Rustic materials were used in the social block of the home, such as reinforced concrete. Additionally, glass walls running from wall to wall have installed, allowing a direct connection with the outside and giving the space light and fresh air. Simple spaces have been created for the celebration of barbecues, parties, and other family gatherings.
The topography of the site was adjusted by smoothing the slope towards the back woods, creating a plateau that levels the garden and the building, expanding and integrating the internal and external spaces.
The work was done by the architectural firm Nommo Arquitetos under the leadership of Anderson Almeida in 2017. It covers an area of 136 square meters and is located in Florianópolis, in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
This social block is divided into a living room, a kitchen, and a dining room. The kitchen consists of a custom-made pizza oven, a grill, and a large wooden bench, which encloses the refrigerator, oven, and stove. The roof is made out of a waterproofed slab, polystyrene foam, and an interior lining of wood, supported by steel beams.
The annex block that is located parallel to the plot houses the bathrooms, water tanks, and a storage space.
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