Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura

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  • Area Area of ​​this architecture project Area :
    5130 m²

  • Year Year of realization of this architectural project

    Year:


    2021


  • Photographs

  • Manufacturers Marks with products used in this architecture project

    Manufacturers: Aluminum, CrystalPool, Itu marbles, Union floor

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
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Text description provided by the architects. The NUBE building was the first residential tower designed and built by Jacobsen Arquitetura. Unlike previous projects, in which we adapted facades and interior design concepts to existing structures, in the NUBE building we had the opportunity to work, from the start, on the occupation of the area located in Itaim Bibi, a district of the city of São Paulo, Brazil.

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
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In this project, we wanted to reinterpret the architectural concepts present in the residences designed by the studio. In each apartment we have sought to create the feeling of living in a one-story house. As part of the architectural design, we sought to frame a magnificent and unobstructed view of the residential area of ​​Les Jardins from a large empty space, around which the apartments were organized, whose plants are L-shaped. of each apartment face a privileged view, observed from the floor-to-ceiling frames. The suites face the opposite side and the service areas to the rear.

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
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Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
© Nelson Kon
Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
© Nelson Kon
Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
© Nelson Kon

Each floor has been scored horizontally for extended eaves, contributing to the building’s privacy and sun protection. For the other facades, vertical brise-soleils in modified wood have been designed, a durable solution offering good weather resistance. The structure of the building, detached from the fence, is composed of pillars of circular sections.

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Interior photography
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Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Exterior photography
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Section – Facade
Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Interior photography
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The tower has fifteen floors, the top three floors being occupied by a large triplex, above two duplex apartments. A large garden connects the street to the main entrance, deliberately set back. To access the building, you have to cross a pleasant wooden bridge, protected by the projection of the building. The distribution of flowerbeds at different levels, on the ground floor, contributes to conveying the impression of greater amplitude. On the first floor, there is a place for an indoor swimming pool, a lounge, a sauna and other technical spaces, surrounded by exposed stones that define the terrace.

Nube Building / Jacobsen Arquitetura - Interior photography
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