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From Candida Tabet Arquitetura
The architectural language achieved in the Luna Llena house project emerges as a unique transition between its structural solutions and a wide range of materials.
A transversal and a longitudinal axis connect solids and voids such as rooms and balconies. The main functional areas are defined by four large brick volumes connected by a very high ceiling that delineates an area perfect for appreciating the landscape. A great cantilevered wood ring connects and outlines the living room and the bedrooms on the upper floor.
Our client’s interest in graphic motifs led us to splash the outdoor spaces with pergolas that project lively geometric shadow and light patterns onto the monumental walls.