The Ramp House is located in a quiet garden neighbourhood in São Paulo, Brazil, and its project favoured the spatial continuity between inside and outside, the precise use of natural and raw materials and, above all, the possibility to exhibit in a delicate way the beautiful art collection as true architectural elements that organize the promenades. The spaces - free and continuous - can easily be rearranged in the future to transform the house into an institution dedicated to the collection.
A 25.50 meters long ramp – which connects the living room on the ground floor with the bedrooms on the first floor, where are also located the small home offices – organizes the internal architectural promenade and allows for observing the spaces from different perspectives. This movement between floors is made smoothly, as an interlude between the collective and the intimate areas.
Interior design: studio mk27 - diana radomysler
Photo credit: Fernando Guerra
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