A refuge from the chaotic pace of life in Rio de Janeiro, nestled in the hills of Petropolis, where the owners spend most of their time with friends and family.
The Bernardes + Jacobsen Arquitetura practice signed an architectural project that is absolutely and harmoniously one with the landscape.
The building develops horizontally, with volumes dedicated to different functions, and blends in perfectly with the rolling hills and uncontaminated natural wilderness.
Wood is the main construction material for many of the structural parts and has been used along with concrete and stone.
The spacious portico features several Alison Iroko seating elements with precious solid Iroko wood frame.