Unbelievable home in the Brazilian mountains
This sustainable 8,000 square foot Mountain House was created by David Guerra Architecture. Built as a weekend refuge for family gatherings, the house features stunning panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, located on an ecological reserve in Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The materials were chosen with the aim to combine natural elements, fused with contemporary and rustic accents to create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The goal was to design a beautiful home with low maintenance and to create a contrast between natural and technological materials such as reclaimed wood, stones, earthenware, bamboo, tile, fiber, metal, stainless steel, double glazed and laminated glass, glass tile, anodized aluminum, wood Venetian blinds and tecnocimento.