The DNA of Murillo 1665 originated in its implementation. The challenge of this project was to position five 200m2 duplex houses in a lot while imposing minimal interference with its existing wooded surroundings, thus maximizing its harmony with nature.
项目首先确保场地中雄伟的树木毗邻每间房屋。 在对流动和自然光线进行进一步研究后，建筑师得出结论，他们可以通过在地形中精确定位的十字形平面来实现目的。 这个过程产生了一种有趣的现象，即同样的房屋从每个角度看都有不同的外观。
A major priority in this project was to keep majestic trees adjacent to each house. After additional studies on flow and natural illumination, the architects concluded that they could reach their objective by designing a cross shape plan accurately positioned in the terrain. This procedure resulted in an interesting rhythm, where identical houses would have a distinct look from every viewpoint.
The shed-style roofing and the emphasis on ethically responsible outdoor living with landscaped gardens bore out of a visit to Carrasco, where the the architects noticed a strong architectural identity, established in the first half of the 20th Century with its simplistic beauty and soul.
The alternating wooden and corrugated sheeting façade reveals a visual quality brought about by a meticulous choice of materials and building details, including corrugated charcoal gray sheets, wood, white plaster, glass, and native vegetation. The living and dining rooms are located on the ground level, where an exterior wooden paneled volume encases the kitchen and laundry area.
The majestic trees provide a soothing shield for an outdoor patio designated for gatherings, where the BBQ grill is the main star. The patio floor utilizes repurposed stones from the old house, maintaining the firm's commitment to responsible and sustainable design.
The TV room is situated beside the central volume that contains the powder room and the stairs leading to the second floor, where three full suites are connected by a mezzanine-style family room. The double-height wall is comprised of glass panels exposing the abundant outdoor vegetation, while providing for cross ventilation and thus maintaining the air fresh and well circulated through the house.
为解决隔热问题，建筑师使用了带有太阳能保护的双层玻璃板，将其放置在立面上，在它和钢框架之间留下一个空隙。 Murillo 1665由乌拉圭建筑师Santiago Fernandez和巴西建筑师Candida Tabet合作完成，是他们精心设计的成果。
To resolve thermal insulation, the architects utilized double glass panels with solar protection; and on the façade - either wood or corrugated sheeting - purposely leaving a gap between it and the steel frame. Murillo 1665 is a thoughtful result of an ongoing collaboration between Uruguayan architect, Santiago Fernandez, and Brazilian architect, Candida Tabet.
Architects: Santiago Fernandez and Candida
Team: Architects Victoria Ferri, Gonzalo Berrutti, Agustina Capurro and Carolina da Mata.
Photographer: Reinaldo Coser
Metallic Structure: MTA Ingenieria
Steel Frame: Premier Drywall
Iron and Concrete Structure: Magnone-Pollio Ingenieros
Aluminum Carpentry: Alufran
Hydraulic Installation: Architect Mariana Caceres
Electrical and Lighting Installation: Architect Leticia di Fabio
Lighting: Trios Lighting
Landscaping: Rosario Algorta
更新日期：2022-09-01 14:30:10非常感谢 Estudio Santiago Fernandez 与 Candida Tabet Arquitetura 带来的精彩项目， 查阅更多