Designed as an annex to an present residence, Casa Cor in Belo Horizonte, Brazil is a rectangular box structure nestled into its setting of natural nature. Produced by neighborhood architect Pedro Lázaro, this modern day dream residence engages with the imaginative way its interiors beautifully mesh with the outdoor environ.
Rustic wood, concrete and glass envelop the small constructing which is embraced by 2 elongated glazed walls and a massive deck terrace with welded walls of thick steel which translate into the interior walls as nicely. With the sloped setting, this new dwelling is raised on a criss-cross steel assistance program which allows it to gently nestle into its normal topography.
A wide timber trim wraps the roofline of the home which connects internally with the ceilings of the same earthy materials clad with 2 rows of square-shaped recessed lighting. Set opposite the smooth concrete floor tiles, this home represents a graceful balance of raw elements. The vistas of lush, tropical foliage and mature tree-scape is gorgeous. Walls of concrete and steel share space with mossy green drapery which gets optional for privacy.
A neutral palette of brown, grey, ecru and green lends this kind of a warm, inviting vibe, never thoughts a seamless connection with the earthy components just outside. The single-area addition features modern day minimalist furnishings in a mix of leather, material, wood and metal, with layered textures such as the pebbled accent rug incorporating a dimensional allure.
Abstract ar2rk is hung or rests casually towards a wall, even though a mounted ladder-to-nowhere cascades freely from the ceiling into the room, adding a touch of whimsy. A custom wood shelf floats against a wall, featuring a reverse-tone cobalt and wood ribbon–simply stunning!
Casa Cor is a modest present day dream property resounding with a rustic elegance and a definitive relationship to nature.