The Portobello House Seeks to Reconcile Natural Soil with Architectural Ingenuity

The Portobello House Seeks to Reconcile Natural Soil with Architectural Ingenuity AUGUST 6, 2017 0Share 1Share Tweet 25Pin 0Share The Portobello House Seeks to Reconcile Natural Soil with Architectural Ingenuity Architects: Tripper Arquitetura Project: Portobello House Architect in Charge: Marcelo de Souza Moura Team: Marcelo de Souza Moura, Fabio Barbosa, Gabriela Perez Chaves, Mariana Santiago Area: 534m2 Location: Mangaratiba, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Photography: Denilson Machado / MCA Estudio The project starts from the interlocution between a topography that, concomitantly, shapes and is shaped by architecture. Conceived by the architect Marcelo Moura, from the Rio de Janeiro office Tripper Arquitetura, the residence is composed of a succession of overlapping plans, each one starting from the encounter with the ground to launch itself in cantilever

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