JPGN Residence Is A Young Brazilian Couple’s House


In the South Lake district of Brasilia, Brazil, there’s the JPGN Residence, designed by Danilo Matoso Macedo. The project was completed in 2012 for a young family with no children, familiarized with the area, as the husband grew up nearby.

Because they are still, young, the living room, kitchen, master bedroom, office have been placed at the last level. Still, they have considered the children already, as there was built an improvised two bedrooms apartment for when the time will come for the parents to give to their children more independence.

From the terraces arranged at the ground floor and top floor it can be admired the beautiful natural landscape created right after the pool area ends. Palm trees, colorful vegetation and nice paths make the living even more enjoyable, adding a great aesthetic to the stone and concrete facace of the house.

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