Curved white partitions outline Casa Pátios de Pétalas, a home created by Portuguese studio Sandra Micaela Casinha Atelier with an natural form that was knowledgeable by flowers.
Positioned within the Gondomar neighbourhood within the east of Porto, the home was designed for a household with a younger daughter.
Sandra Micaela Casinha Atelier’s design aimed to create a house with an natural type impressed by the pure surroundings, utilizing a restricted materials palette.
The 2-storey home has a glazed decrease storey with shading offered by timber slats, while the higher storey options fluid white rendered partitions harking back to petals.
“The flower petals embrace the whole higher ground,” studio founder Sandra Casinha instructed Dezeen.
“To strengthen their presence, we restrict the use to a few supplies: white [concrete], which attracts the petals, aluminum and glass. Thus, the petals achieve extra expression.”
Inside the house, the studio makes use of curved partitions to create visible and bodily hyperlinks between the dwelling areas.
On coming into the home, an open staircase with timber treads cuts by way of from the higher ground, defining the centre of the open-plan dwelling area.
The decrease ground is split with two sinuous curved partitions that break up the plan into thirds. A kitchen and eating room fill one third of the area, whereas the lounge takes up the central portion of the plan.
Sliding glazed doorways lead from the dwelling area onto a curving timber deck that overlooks the backyard.
The higher storey includes three ensuite bedrooms, every with its personal patio that gives a connection to the outside.
Externally, the types of the patios are distinguished with a carving out of the white petal exterior partitions, creating sweeping curves that can be utilized as seating.
The interiors of Casa Pátios de Pétalas additionally take their cues from nature, with earth tones and textiles defining the dwelling and sleeping areas.
In contrast, the curved partitions of the ensuite loos on the higher storey are clad in jewel-toned crimson tiles.
“Within the ornament, you may really feel the palette of pastel and uncooked colors used,” Casinha defined. “[We use] furnishings that enhances the tranquility of the place, informal consolation, pure supplies, [and] simplicity.”
Different residential initiatives in Porto lately featured on Dezeen embody a home with a display for climbing crops by Anarchlab, and a house with a concrete staircase and curved lightwell by Tsou Arquitectos.
The pictures is by Ivo Tavares Studio.