Beachside House | Carlos Pardal & Marí Aní Oglouyan

• July 8, 2011

Brazilian architects Carlos Pardal & Marí Aní Oglouyan have designed this contemporary Beachside House located in Guarujá, Brazil.

The most attractive is the fluidity of space and purity of lines, which reveal a functional architecture, contemporary and without excess.

Marí Aní Oglouyan

The house was built to the environments be integrated promoting the coexistence of the family. Moreover, large areas of glass and openings between the paviments served to increase the efficiency of lighting and ventilation.

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Beachside House, image courtesy Marcelo Scandaroli

Sustainability was widely considered in the design, which predicted rain water reuse for irrigation and toilets, mini sewerage treatment plant, which are returned without polluting the environment, solar heating water for baths, kitchens and swimming pools, has an exhaust system in top sash, which minimizes the use of air conditioning.

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Beachside House, image courtesy Marcelo Scandaroli

The informal integration of environments shows us a common use for a beachside house. In this way kitchen, dining room, living room, balconies and other spaces are either fully integrated or connected by large frames that make possible generous openings.

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Beachside House, image courtesy Marcelo Scandaroli

Is important mention that the frames, which can be until 6,40m height, are made by aluminium with colour complement stainless steel and developed and custom by Tecnofeal Company exclusively for this project that asked durable materials and resistant to heavy use and the salty air.

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Beachside House, image courtesy Marcelo Scandaroli

Considered the need, were chosen materials that bring comfort to the surroundings, for example the marble in the lobby and restroom, demolition wood on the facade and the main door, and bricks from demolition in the spa. Specific projects and air conditioning audio, video and automation have been planned and implemented in all environments.

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Beachside House - Ground floor plan, drawing courtesy Carlos Pardal and Marí Aní Oglouyan

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Beachside House - First floor plan, drawing courtesy Carlos Pardal and Marí Aní Oglouyan

+ Project credits / data

Project: Beachside House
Location: Guarujá, Brazil
Architects: Carlos Pardal and Marí Aní Oglouyan
Structural Engineer: Forma Exata Arquitetura e Construções
Builder: Forma Exata Arquitetura e Construções
Structure: leca-masonry, metal deck slab
Gross Floor Area: 1500,00m2
Completion: 2010
Type: House
Photographer: Marcelo Scandaroli

+ All images and drawings courtesy Carlos Pardal and Marí Aní Oglouyan | Photo by Marcelo Scandaroli

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Category: Architecture, House

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