These three sets of four-story townhouses, located respectively in the neighbourhoods of Vila Romana, Brooklin and Morumbi, in the city of Sao Paulo, are a new proposition on the real state market.
The density of these housing projects ranges from the one of a building to those of independent residences. Therefore, the dwellers can take full advantage of the comfort of living in a house, without losing the integration with the lifestyle of a big city center.
The three projects comprise a set of houses with four floors that value natural lighting and ventilation, as they have wide windows and their constructive system allows the rationalization of the construction.
Every space in the original design can be expanded, reduced, closed or opened, according to the resident's needs.
In Vila Romana, the eleven 200 m2 units, built on a 1,200 m2 site fit in with the characteristics of the surroundings, filled with town houses.
In Brooklin, the six 350 m2 houses were designed on a 1,500 m2 site. There are passageways connecting the houses on the first floor, whose structure allows raised private gardens for each unit.
In Morumbi, the thirteen dwellings of 150 m2 each were designed on a 2,178 m2 area, each of them entitled to 3 to 4 parking spaces.