Architect: Meireles Pavan Arquitetura
Casa Asa is a tropical house nestled among the palm trees making it a perfect getaway with expansive views and cool breezes. The home’s facade is coated with demolition wood and it features a large pivot door that welcomes you inside.
An indoor garden with tall plants greets guests with flair. The interior is filled with a nice blend of concrete and wooden elements. Every room is spacious and opens to each other for easy entertaining.
The living room features two large stump coffee tables complemented with a modern wooden sofa and a couple of matching armchairs. Wooden slat doors surrounding it create a smooth transition outdoors. The combined kitchen and dining sit on a terrace with a wooden deck. A concrete island with waterfall edges serves as the focal point in this area.
Bedrooms are airy and cozy showcasing wood beamed ceilings and wooden beds with sheer canopies. The upper-level bedrooms also enjoy impressive views with its floor-to-ceiling windows and a large balcony overlooking the mountains.
A large deck with a lap pool at the back completes the house. It has a minimalist and straightforward design bordered by tall palm trees and surrounding greenery.