Inspired by modernism of Florida and the typology of American glass pavilion, Architectural studio Brillhart Architecture construct this private villa in Miami, Florida.
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The building is constructed from the ground level and the front façade is fully glazed with four large sliding doors, allowing the villa to be fully open to the yard with an area of 75 m2. In the yard is arriving through the porch in order to provide protection from the exuberance of vegetation around the object.
Tectonics, materials and construction are the primary interest of the architect. In a country where the concrete is the main structural material, it is used for more sustainable construction of steel and glass, with the addition of elements of wood.
Small, simple and practical villa is simultaneously modest and rich from cultural aspect. It is trying to increase the efficiency, compartment and energy, using materials that have lower consumption.
inspiration via brillhartarchitecture.com