Slice House Designed by Procter-Rihl Architects
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Special for arch lovers, this is the façade of Slice House. If you are looking at the picture above, seemingly the Slice House has long dimension. That is the view of Slice House at night with parking car in front of. Slice House is designed by Procter-Rihl Architects which is located in Porto Alegre, Brazil. The project area of Slice House covers 210 sqm. This project of Slice House was selected to represent Brazil in the IV Latin American Architecture Biennale in October 2004 in Peru. What do you think?
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Slice House becomes one of modern architectures in Brazil. This house features a series of spatial illusions in the interior spaces. The Slice House belongs to Brazilian modernist architecture but its form takes a more contemporary European interest in asymmetrical complexity. Brazilian architecture focuses on open plan typology, large extrovert spaces, swimming pool, outdoor living and lush garden flora. This house also performs in a British way of its steel front facade cladding, roof, gutters and grillwork. Precisely, the building of Slice House stands on an urban residue leftover after the opening of a new road on the west side of the site.
“Based on archdaily.com, the project is a hybrid of Brazilian and British concerns. Although the building makes reference to Brazilian modernist architecture, its form takes a more contemporary European interest in asymmetrical complexity. Brazilian elements are the implementation of local concrete engineering, open plan typology, large extrovert spaces, swimming pool, outdoor living and lush garden flora. Concrete is not used in a typical Brazilian grand engineering gesture or sculptural form, but something more discrete. Thin continuous reinforced concrete structural walls bridge over the long slot windows and garage bay, but are not expressed as beams and disappear within the skin of the building. The diagonal concrete stair beam, which angles down to support the cantilevered corridor, also disappears into a wrapping ribbon line, which flows around the courtyard.
Additional specification building of Slice House:
Architects: Procter-Rihl Architects
Location: Porto Alegre, Brazil
Collaborators: Dirk Anderson, James Backwell, Johannes Lobbert
Structural Engineer: Glass and Steel: Michael Baigent MBOK
Structural Engineer: Concrete: Antonio Pasquali
Foundation Engineer: Vitor Pasin
Services Engineer: Flavio Mainardi
Site Architect: Arq. Mauro Medeiros
Project Area: 210 sqm
Photographs: Sue Barr, Marcelo Nunes
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