Architecture, Inspiration
Tilelamp in Brazil
5 years ago

Tilelamp at Casa do Lado by 20.87 Estúdio

Tilelamp in Brazil

Brazilian studio 20.87 has designed the Casa do Lado located in São Paulo Brazil. The firm has transformed the old house into a huge lamp while using simple and cheap material including plastic panels and LED lights. The old house was being utilized as a gallery for design exhibitions. Design store MiCasa requested the architect to develop the project while creating the space for art exhibition in its interior.

In order to keep a space between the tiles and the wall the structure was fixed at a distance of 20 centimeters from the previous construction. The low-cost translucent folded panels permit the lighting to climb around the edges of the façade turning the whole component into a wonderful lamp lit. Take a look!

Main entry

Exterior

Courtyard and Entrance

Overview

Stair connection

Exterior of the house

Patio

Plastic panels

Original house before installation

 

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