gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil

Kiko Salomão + Tanaka Architects unveils barn house in Brazil

 

Kiko Salomão + Tanaka Architects introduces Casa CCB, a three-building residence situated in Fazenda Boa Vista, Brazil. The house adapts to an 11-meter elevation difference with a concrete base that unifies the blocks on a single level, offering valley views. The design harmonizes rustic charm with contemporary elements through large glass openings and gable roofs, which incorporate occasional openings that allow for internal gardens. The two main blocks of the residence are barns, clad in long bricks in four shades of gray. The central Social Barn features an entrance hall, living room, and home theater, while the Intimate Barn houses the master suite, guest suites, and additional family suites. An outdoor patio connects these barns to a service block at the rear, which includes a garage, gourmet area, gym, and spa. The architects’ interior design, including bespoke furniture, ensures a cohesive and harmonious living environment.

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
all images by Fran Parente

 

 

internal gardens of casa cCb enhance connection with nature

 

The use of generous glass frames throughout Casa CCB by Kiko Salomão + Tanaka Architects ensures abundant natural light and picturesque views. The Social Barn, measuring 37m x 9m, includes internal gardens, enhancing the indoor-outdoor connection. The Intimate Barn, at 25m x 9m, provides a more private living area and four additional family suites on the lower floor. Between the two barns, the outdoor patio with a fireplace and infinity pool creates a tranquil and inviting space for relaxation and socializing. The service block, measuring 80m x 8m, runs parallel to the boundary wall and houses essential utilities, a gym, spa, massage room, sauna, and party room on the lower floor. This third block, featuring a flat roof and clad in perforated mini wave sheets, introduces a visually striking element to the overall structure by the Brazil-based architects. Rodrigo Oliveira’s landscaping design enhances the property with a variety of plant species, creating smooth transitions between spaces.

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
featuring a flat roof and perforated mini wave sheets, the third block introduces a visually striking element

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
rustic charm harmonizes with contemporary elements

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
occasional openings on the roof allow for internal gardens

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
the architects’ interior design includes bespoke furniture

gable-roof-openings-internal-gardens-brazilian-barn-residence-kiko-salomao-tanaka-07-03-2024-designboom-1800-02

between the two barns, the outdoor patio with a fireplace and infinity pool creates an inviting space for relaxation

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
internal gardens enhance the indoor-outdoor connection

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
generous glass frames ensure abundant natural light

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
the two main blocks of the residence are barns

gable-roof-openings-internal-gardens-brazilian-barn-residence-kiko-salomao-tanaka-07-03-2024-designboom-1800-03

Rodrigo Oliveira’s landscaping design enhances the property with a variety of plant species

gable roof openings illuminate internal gardens within rustic barn house in brazil
long bricks in four shades of gray cover the exterior of the barns

 

 

project info:

 

name: CCB House
architect: Kiko Salomão + Tanaka Architects | @kikosalomao_tanaka 
location: Fazenda Boa Vista, Brazil

photographer: Fran Parente | @franparente

 

 

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edited by: thomai tsimpou | designboom

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