At 120 kilometers from the city of Sao Paulo, this project is situated in a private development with a golf course surrounded by lush greenery. The organic forms that lie between the vegetation were created by the Mexican architect Javier Senosiain Aguilar. He graduated from the Universidad Autónoma de México in 1972 and started his career as an architect. With his firm Arquitectura Orgánica, he develops projects and constructions for office buildings, houses, industrial installations and buildings for tourist activities, but always with his typical organic curves.
Casa Amiba in Sao Paulo with views over the golf course is a magnificent example of this. The four adjacent areas are even subject to building restrictions. Rest guaranteed!
Casa Amiba, an organically shaped residence in Sao Paulo, it can only be the work of Mexican architect Javier Senosiain Aguilar.
Three well-differentiated public spaces that are clearly defined in the kitchen, the television room and the games room, that was the wish of the client. Javier Senosiain Aguilar therefore generated the ground floor with three massive pillars that are connected to the open spaces: the dining room and the living room. Both with an uninterrupted view of both the golf course and the garden. To accentuate the three pillars, they were painted gold and patinated with copper tones. Inside, the peace and quiet had to be extended through the entire building. The colour beige therefore takes the upper hand both on the top and the bottom floor.
In order to maintain the unity between the demarcated areas, Senosiain Aguilar used most of the furniture in the construction. An admirable piece of architecture!
Images courtesy of Javier Senosiain/Arquitectura Orgánica