Designed by Studio KUNZ, the Trapezium Home is nestled within the small city of David Canabarro, Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil. The house seamlessly blends trendy design with the allure of the Brazilian countryside throughout 1,830 sq. toes on one ground. Constructed on a excessive plateau, the construction is surrounded by araucaria timber seen above the reimagined gabled roof.
The architects at Studio KUNZ deconstructed the standard gabled roof, making method for 2 trapezoidal sections. The facade stands out with indirect angles, providing a visible deal with that’s dynamic.
The construction, shaped by the extrusion of two trapezoids, boasts inclined slabs that create a novel roof construction and inner ceiling, whereas inverted beams keep the continuity of the ceiling floor.
Darkish picket slat accents dial again the coldness of the facade’s shades of grey whereas including texture and heat.
The glass door off of the eating room opens to a picket pergola-covered balcony, creating an ideal spot to develop climbing crops and to benefit from the native timber.
Contained in the Trapezium Home, one notices two subtly separated ranges, supplies of wooden, linen, and burnt cement, and an general white end that creates an area that exudes heat and tranquility. The lounge and kitchen, which fill with pure mild, turn out to be a seamless extension of the picturesque environment.
In the course of the chilly southern Brazilian winters, a fire and wooden range add heat, whereas strategically positioned home windows guarantee views in each route.
Images by Ezequiele Panizzi.