HAZP House by Frederico Zanelato | Arquitetos
by Ted Savage / August 15, 2011
Via @archdaily, a sustainably-focused home in a gated community in Mogi das Cruzes, Brazil, is conceived in two stages, to accommodate family growth.


The central structure features ample glazing to connect with the surrounding tree-filled landscape. Rainwater is collected for reuse in the gardens. Woods on the back lot were preserved and provide shading for the house. The entrances encourage cross-breeze ventilation. More at Frederico Zanelato | Arquitetos. Photo: Peter Abude.


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