Company: ES Arquitetura
Contact E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Company Location: Criciúma, SC, Brasil
Project Conclusion Year: 2016
Project Location: Morro da Fumaça, SC, Brasil.
Leader Archtect: Diego Justo do Espírito Santo
E-mail from Archtect Leader: email@example.com
Project Team: Diego Justo do Espírito Santo, Valério Montes D’oca, Rodrigo Estrella e Carolina Rodrigues Cataldo.
Client: Julio Domingos
Engineer: Futura Construções
Interiors: ES Arquitetura
E-mail Photo: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo Instagram: @slaphotostudio
About the Company
The ES ARQUITETURA office is located in Criciúma, Santa Catarina (Brazil), with a branch in Torrance, California (United States). The team of architects works in cooperation to obtain the most appropriate solutions to the needs of their clients. The office has a multidisciplinary approach, developing residential, commercial, industrial, corporate architectural projects, as well as furniture design.
Inserted in a corner lot and located in a condominium in the city of Criciúma / SC, the JD house was designed facing the interior, welcoming residents and giving more privacy as it is the first house on the lot. Its location on the ground favors the north orientation, making the rooms, bathrooms, and swimming pool receive the sun all day long at any time of the year and allowing natural ventilation throughout the residence.
Due to the need for customers to receive visits and hold events casually, there was a desire to create a party room separate from the social/intimate area of the house, but within the same volume, this way, the access hall separates the area intended for parties from other environments, making access to the hall direct and easy. With the opening of the frames that give access to the pool and the wooden deck, the lounge becomes an even bigger space.
The client had a longing for black walls, so it was designed so that there were large openings that enhanced natural lighting, making the environment well lit.
Concrete walls, steel, and wood structures were used for the volumetric design of the JD house. Shrimp (concertina) shutters in cumaru wood, which when closed give the feeling of a unique coating.
Due to the excess moisture in the soil, the house was raised to keep it away. The rainwater collected from the roof is reused for irrigation of the garden.