DAC House, envisioned by Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura in Bragança Paulista, São Paulo, is a triumph of architectural design seamlessly blending with the challenging downhill terrain. The modular house architecture design layout, responding to the slope, creates a residence that appears to organically emerge from the land.
Catering to a young family’s needs, the five-suite layout prioritizes comfort and integration. The thoughtful use of stone, wood, and glass connects the dwelling with the forest, while the Alwitra roof fosters unity with the environment. Landscaping and strategic lighting enhance the aesthetic appeal, making DAC House a masterful fusion of form and function in perfect harmony with nature.
Project name: DAC House
Architecture firm: Gilda Meirelles Arquitetura
Location: Fazenda Dona Carolina, Bragança Paulista, Itatiba, São Paulo, Brazil
Photography: Evelyn Müller
Principal architect: Gilda Meirelles
Material: Wood, Concrete, Metal, Stone