The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

Project: FG Residence
Architects: RMAA – Reinach Mendonça arquitetos associados
Location: Araraquara, Brazil
Area: 12,400 sq ft
Photographs by: Nelson Kon

FG Residence by RMAA

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence is a country house in the city which was designed by Reinach Mendonça arquitetos associados for a family that spends seasons in their hometown. This is a home that is big enough to accommodate the entire family in a way that they will never feel as if there’s not enough space. The FG Residence is designed in the contemporary style and features vast, green outdoor spaces that refresh the eye and open plan interior areas that relax the body.

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

From the architects: “The spacious living environments are all downstairs, organized in an “L-shaped” plant facing the large garden and swimming pool.
Two flights of ramps connect the ground floor with intimate areas, causing the vertical circulations become a very pleasant walk, through a large, lighted distribution hall, which connects all the spaces.
At the main entrance of the house, the volume of metal walls of the office goes as a swing above the garden, a strong and attractive composition to show the double large portal of entry.”

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

The FG Residence by RMAA in Brazil Is A Contemporary Hideaway

 
 

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