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Best Design Projects: Bugatti House By A4estudioWednesday 18 July 2018
Best Design Projects: Bugatti House By A4estudio – CovetED Magazine has another extraordinary design project to inspire you to your own projects. This time, we will be looking at an interior design project designed by the Argentinian A4estudio.
The house is located in a private neighborhood to the west of Mendoza city in direct relation with Piedmont and far views to the city. The terrain of 20 meters front and 50 meters long has an exit at two streets to north and south.
The house was destined for a single mother with difficulties to walk and in turn had twins of five years old.
Bearing that in mind, it was decided to organize the house by pavilions, which could be integrated or keep like independents according to different scenes of daily life. A first pavilion would resolve the common life of all members organizing the main living room, dining room, kitchen, services and wine cellar. A second pavilion would accommodate the main bedroom with bathroom and dressing room, an additional space that would allow autonomy moments considering the rest of the house with a small living and an office.
The third pavilion would accommodate the mother and her two kids, organizing three suites and a living room/playroom.
These three pavilions are connected by a central space that integrates, being at the same time the access hall house and connecting with a gallery and the exterior garden. Through this space, three pavilions are integrated or close allowing different interactions. Finally a fourth pavilion resolve with an independent access as a place and garage.
Once considered lateral distances and with neighborhood imposition of developing leaning roofs, defined one piece that with cloisters typology show your higher height to the exterior perimeter and your smaller height to center. Over this piece started operations of subtraction to get the different pavilions, access yard, main garden and intermediate yard.
A concrete’s basement resolves the existent 90-centimeter slope between both streets getting a continuous and level relations stratum to make easier the movements into the house and the transit of a wheelchair.
With a requirement such as this one, the construction logic has defined an exterior perimeter of a double isolated wall of brick in sight of 4,85 meters of height drilled with windows. Over this, supported a metal structure covered with a black corrugated sheet in the exterior and black dyeing wood in the interior that conforms both, roof and vertical interior coating of 3 meters height.
The corners are resolved following the logic of converges roofs also producing the access premise. The project is complete with a wine cellar in the underground and a small exterior bay window from which you can contemplate the mountain range and distant views of the city.
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