Redux住宅位于巴西圣保罗Itatiba的一片名为Quinta da Baroneza的封闭式社区中。项目基地在自然保护区边，空间开阔，向西侧倾斜。建筑师根据上述环境要素确定了房屋的位置和朝向，以及整体设计目标。
Redux House is located in the countryside of São Paulo, Itatiba, in a gated community called Quinta da Baroneza. The open land slopes downwards with a West-facing view, and is on the edge of a large environmental preservation area of native forest. These aspects determined the location and orientation of the house, as well as the design approach.
▼建筑外观，external view of the building
The house is built on the highest level possible, respecting the existing topography in order to gain the view of the sunset and the vegetation with the least impact on the surroundings.
▼建筑拥有开阔的景观视野，open view to the nature
The building is composed of a slab floor, four programmatic boxes and a slab ceiling. Projecting perpendicular to the slab of the floor is a prone concrete monolith, incorporating the pool and deck, which terminates with a cantilever over the sloping ground.
▼建筑由地板、天花和四个功能体块构成，the building is composed of a slab floor, a slab ceiling and four programmatic blocks
▼游泳池和休闲平台与主体建筑垂直，the swimming pool and the deck projecting perpendicular to the slab of the floor
▼泳池末端悬挑而出，the end of the swimming pool cantilevered from the land
▼从泳池望向远处景观，view to the distanced scenery from the swimming pool
The slab of the floor, at 50 cm above the ground is supported by beams set back, intensifying the soft way that the project was implanted onto the land. Visually, the house seems to float. The program is divided into four programmatic blocks. The first block contains the intimate area (4 bedrooms and sauna); the second only has the master suite. On the third, we have the services area (kitchen, laundry room, sitting room, bathrooms and maids rooms). Finally, in the last block there are the garage and the technical area.
▼地板下方由梁支撑，仿佛悬浮在地面上，the floor slab is supported by set back beams, which seems to float
▼建筑中设置功能体块，blocks in the building
▼体块之间形成走廊和休闲空间，interstitial spaces created by the blocks
▼天花板和体块间的空隙让自然光照入室内，the space between the ceiling slab and the blocks let in more natural light
The distribution of the blocks in the slab floor creates interstitial spaces, configuring circulation, terraces and the large space for the living room. This latter, enveloped by a skin of glass with sliding panels opens and creates a dialogue between the interior and exterior (native forest and the west). The slab of the roof, the same size as the slab on the floor, overlaps the programmatic volumes that, because of the different heights, sometimes lean on the roof, sometimes have a reduced ceiling height. The emptiness among the volumes and the slab creates an inner rhythm and, simultaneously, makes it possible to have improved natural lighting in the house.
▼体块外的空间形成起居室，由玻璃围合，living space outside the blocks, enclosed by glass panels
▼玻璃滑门可以完全打开，the sliding panel could be completely open
The two main volumes that include the bedrooms are completely clad in vertically slatted wooden panels, which open almost entirely. In the day, those panels filter the sunlight creating a texture of light and shade and, at night, they transform the boxes into large lanterns that light up the land.
▼主要功能区块由木板围合，the main volumes are enclosed by wooden panels
▼透出的灯光使建筑如同灯笼一般，light comes from the interior transforms the boxes into large lanterns
Project: Redux House
Location: Bragança Paulista . Sp . Brazil
Project: September . 2009
Completion: January . 2013
Site Area: 6633sqm
Built Area: 679sqm
Architecture: studio mk27 – marcio kogan + samanta cafardo
Interiors: studio mk27 – Diana Radomysler
Project Team: Beatriz Meyer . Carlos Costa . Laura Guedes . Mariana Ruzante . Mariana Simas . Oswaldo Pessano . Suzana Glogowski . Henrique Bustamante
Photography: fernando guerra