Enseada House , Arquitetura Nacional, vacation house, beach house, green architecture, Brazil, Brazilian architects, concrete, wood, natural light

The Enseada House offers beautiful views of an adjacent lake and creates a strong connection with the surrounding landscape. It has two main volumes dominated by different materials: wood and concrete. Large structural overhangs create much needed shaded areas and establish a gradual transition between the interior and the exterior.

Enseada House , Arquitetura Nacional, vacation house, beach house, green architecture, Brazil, Brazilian architects, concrete, wood, natural light

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The architects had to work on a tight schedule and the construction and design phases were executed in less than a year. After creating the conceptual design, there was a phase of preliminary detailing, where all materials and suppliers were defined and all possible interactions analyzed in depth, to create the perfect getaway.

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Photos by Marcelo Donadussi