Casa Amana / JR Andrade Arquitetura

Casa Amana / JR Andrade Arquitetura

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  • Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area :
    419

  • Year Year of realization of this architectural project

    Year:



    2021


  • Photographs

  • Manufacturers Marks with products used in this architecture project
    Manufacturers: Atlas Concorde, Brastemp, Cascatel, Celite, This side, Elgin, Eliane, Lorenzetti, new line, panasonic, Quartzolite, Stella, suvinil, Tramontina, Trevisan

  • Main architect:

    Junior Andrade

Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Exterior Photography, Windows, Facade
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Text description provided by the architects. The Amaña Residence designed by the architect Junior Andrade is located in Taipus de Fora, inside the Maraú Peninsula (BA). The property is situated on a plot of 5,000 square meters, with a total built-up area of ​​550 square meters.

Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior photography, Table, Chair, Beam
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Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Image 27 of 34
Ground floor Plan
Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior photography, Dining room, Table, Chair, Windows, Beam
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Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior photography, Living room, Windows, Beam
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The project was designed in two modules, the first of which, where the main house is located, contains three suites, a living room, an integrated kitchen and a view of the infinity pool, a deck, and a gourmet area. In the second module, at the back, two exclusive bungalows with a private SPA have been built, and a spectacular 360° view of pure nature. Another differential is the private lake, which is part of the property, where the house visually connects with the surrounding nature. The project was completed last year, and its concept was born from the use of local materials with Cumaru and Angelim woods, in harmony with the exuberant nature of the region.

Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior photography, fence, beam, terrace, handrail
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Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior Photography, Beam
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Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior Photography, Beam
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“The main concept of the project was to adapt and integrate the house with nature. We can clearly feel this in the way the surroundings are included and harmonized with the house. This can be seen through the window and miter openings, which create a connection with nature at all times. The infinity pool was strategically placed, thinking back to the connection with the environment, which in this case was the lake of the house. Therefore, those who are inside the pool have the feeling of being inside the lake. Local labor was another decisive element in our proposal, and wood was used precisely to bring regionalism to the project,” explains architect Junior Andrade.

Casa Amaña / JR Andrade Arquitetura - Interior photography, Terrace
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