In the heart of Brasília, Brazil — known for its modernist architecture and captivating landscapes — Cobertura Bloco B emerges as a beacon of luxury. Crafted by SAINZ arquitetura in 2023, this duplex apartment has undergone a radical transformation to cater to a modern family, melding elegance with functionality.
Located in the heart of Brasilia’s SQS 315 block, Apartment 315s is a stunning modern renovation that seamlessly integrates its social spaces.
The 110m² apartment features a beautiful design by ARQBR Arquitetura e Urbanismo, with cross ventilation throughout and a cabinetry core that connects the living room and kitchen spaces. The kitchen boasts a linear 5.62m balcony with green cabinetry and hydraulic tiles that contrast with the wooden panels and exposed concrete above. Two symmetrical bedrooms are accessed through the hallway, while the apartment’s social bathroom features a white marble sink, floor, and shower box. The master suite features an MDF panel that runs throughout the room, housing the bedroom closets and concealing the entrances to the bathroom and office.
Discover the ultimate in modern luxury at Apartment 315s in Brasilia.
Located in the modernist city of Brasília, Brazil, FAZE Apartment is an inspiring home designed by Mosaico Arquitetos in 2020.
The focus of the renovation was the reconfiguration of the social areas, in order to improve the relationship between the different spaces and equate the transition between them. Structural elements such as concrete, wood, glass and white marble were kept apparent, while a wood finish divides the spaces with several sliding doors. Furthermore, the woodwork was done in glossy white lacquer, leaving the spaces wider and clearer to show the original decoration pieces of the residents.
Situated in the beautiful Brasília, Brazil, VITA Apartment is an incredible piece of real estate designed by Mosaico Arquitetos in 2019.
With an eye for cozy design, the renovation was designed to make the space both spacious and comfortable, with the least possible intervention. Throughout the apartment, the eye is drawn to the contrast between colors and textures as a guiding element in the design, uniting all the rooms together with a dark blue corridor. The dining room has a large stone panel with built-in LED lighting, while the kitchen features a decorative tile panel and dark woodwork. The bedroom is framed by a wooden slatted panel that goes from the headboard to the ceiling, adding a warm and inviting touch to the property.
Located in Brasilia, Brazil, House of Courtyards is a two-story residence designed by Bloco Arquitetos in 2018. This modern minimalist residence was awarded an Honorable Mention at the 56th Annual Awards of the Brazilian Institute of Architects in Rio de Janeiro (IAB-RJ) and features a regular grid that follows guidelines of solar orientation, views to the landscape and topography.
Set in Brasília, Brazil, the Couri House is a single-story house designed by ARQBR Arquitetura e Urbanismo in 2019.
Located in a residential condominium, the 713 sq.m plot features a solitary pequi native tree, legally protected and very representative of the Central Brazilian region of the Cerrado. The project conciliates this context with the family’s desire to build a small house with a shaded terrace, whilst obtaining the largest space of green area possible. The strategy adopted was to design the plan in the shape of a ribbon that develops through the plot, adjusting itself to its perimeter and creating voids to create living and leisure patios that promote contact with the gardens and the neighboring green area.
Welcome to the Berezowski House, a stunning single-story residence designed by Bloco Arquitetos in 2022. Located in Brasilia, Brazil, this unique property embraces a brick design style and features an impressive pool occupying almost the entire boundary between the house and the yard.
The roof structure is fixed by 8 cast-in-place exposed concrete beams and includes linear skylights for natural light and/or ventilation. The direct connection between the front access and the social area is made through a 2-meter wide corridor-gallery that separates the intimate area from the service area, allowing for plenty of natural light and ventilation.