With a construction timeline of only 30 days, this modern Pool House in Brazil impresses with its slender lines and welcoming outdoor relaxation spaces. When planning the residence, the architects at Kali Arquitetura decided that “an edge of the prism would be placed in the land border and the three other walls would be large mobile glass walls (sliding doors that allow tight integration with the surroundings).” Since this was a construction needed to be developed in a short period of time, a metallic structure was chosen. This also makes the house lightweight, a positive factor considering the river proximity.Use of simple lines and pure materials were key to developing the Pool House project. The interiors are minimalist, showcasing a color palette in tones of gray, black and white. The only opaque wall of the residence also serves as storage and support for various types of equipment. Stylish and inviting, this
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