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Architecture May, 6 2013

MM House by Studio MK27

Studio MK27 has just revealed one of their latest residences, the MM House. Located in Bragança Paulista, São Paulo, the MM House’s organization, as the architects explain “is set by the intersection of two perpendicular axes on a single ground floor. Along one axis is the horizontal volume of the house, with its green roof that lifts the grass of the land and merges with the surrounding construction. Along the other axis, there is emptiness: a wooden deck and pool.”

Where the two axis intersect, the architects designed a terrace whose low concrete ceiling and permanent cross ventilation give it an “inviting atmosphere.” The interior ceilings are high, following the roof’s design and contrast with the terrace’s low ceiling, creating a dynamic spatiality.

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  1. Source: Frame

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