Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos

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Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Windows, Facade
© Manuel Sá

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  • Area Area of this architecture project Area :  160
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year :  2021
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  • Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project

    Manufacturers :  Bonaluce, Casa Varella, Decoratto, Elevare, Fahrer Design, GP esquadrias, Madel, Madelasca, Rewood, Saltense

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Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography
© Manuel Sá

Text description provided by the architects. The site on which the project is implemented is characterized by the remarkable presence of a tree massif with vegetation of different sizes and varieties. Previously, it housed the party and social room of the allotment in which it is located, leaving some stones of this history as an inheritance, complemented and regrouped, reorganizing and preparing the territory to accommodate a new house. It has a slight slope to the northeast, towards a permanent preservation area that contains a lake, floodplain, and large native trees, contiguous to the site. The beauty of the site determined the project and the house developed itself in an intimate relationship with the topography and landscape.

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Windows, Facade, Patio
© Manuel Sá
Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Facade
© Manuel Sá

In order to place the house at the height of the treetops, promoting daily contact with the flora and fauna present there, a stone podium was designed that guards a technical area and accommodates a small pool whose shape fits the corner of the lot and bears a certain resemblance to a weir present in the vicinity of the land. On top of this geometric, trapezoidal block, the upper, shapeless piece rests, slides, and bends like a megalithic formation, so present in our rural areas. In “Adjacent, Against, Upon”, Michael Heizer seems to have used this playful game. 

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Sketch
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Sketch

To the north, in the social area, the conventional structural logic is inverted in which reinforced concrete acts in compression and wood in traction, proposing slender glue-laminated wood (MLC) pillars as support for a “tent” of reinforced concrete, “stretched” in front of the green. The pillars, while emulating the verticality of the trunks of nearby trees, reproduce the elementary of the rural structures that originated the allotment. Its orderly and rigorous repetition is reminiscent of the Caryatids, now faceless and made of pine. To the west, it updates and subverts the ‘São Paulo’s porch’, replacing the chapel with a library, which invites the pleasure of reading and researching. To the east, in search of the light of the rising sun that comes filtered through the massive tree at the bottom of the lot, two tubes are launched, looking for it. At this moment, Jorge Oteiza’s “Laboratory of Tizas” and some of Jorge Luis Borges’ “Imaginary Beings” come to mind.

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Interior Photography, Kitchen, Table, Beam, Windows
© Manuel Sá
Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Interior Photography
© Manuel Sá
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Floor plan

The work seeks to fit in like a prosthesis in the landscape: it fits into the void left by the trees. It makes naturally but doesn’t try to mimic the complexity of nature. Geometrize it. On an ambiguous scale, the small and fragmented building is perhaps more than a refuge and perhaps less than what is expected of a house, taking on a ‘pavilion’ character – a covered space surrounded by extensions – like those that (still) exist in the surroundings of the cities of São Paulo.

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Garden
© Manuel Sá
Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Interior Photography, Beam, Deck
© Manuel Sá

Designed shortly after the re-reading of Drummond’s “O Constante Dialogo”, it captures the atmosphere of the poem, in a kind of ‘materic translation’, in an exercise of direct communication with the context, nature, cultural heritage, and ancestry, while at the same time beckoning to the future. A pavilion-house to learn from the flight of the birds, the wind in the leaves, and the “movement” of the sun, moon, and stars. A work in constant dialogue, in times when it is increasingly necessary.

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Garden
© Manuel Sá

“The Constant Dialogue”

There are so many dialogues.

Dialogue with the beloved one

                   the similar

                   the different

                   the indifferent

                   the opposite

                   the opponent

                   the deaf-mute

                   the possessed

                   the irrational

                   the vegetable

                   the mineral

                   the nameless

dialogue with yourself

                   with the night

                   the stars

                   The dead

                   the ideas

                   the dream

                   the past

                   the more than future

Choose your dialogue

                           and

your best word

                         or

your best silence.

Even in the silence and with the silence

we dialogue.

Carlos Drummond de Andrade, in ‘Discurso de Primavera e algumas sombras ‘ (1977)

Pavilion House / idsp arquitetos - Exterior Photography, Garden
© Manuel Sá

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