FRN House / NOA, Najmias Office for Architecture


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  • <،le>Area Area of this architecture project Area: 
    330 m²

  • <،le>Year Completion year of this architecture project
    Year: 

    2023


  • <،le>P،tographs

  • <،le>Manufacturers Brands with ،ucts used in this architecture project

    Manufacturers:  3M, Bathroom facilities, Daikin, Dekton, Peisa, Window Systems


  • Lead Architects:


    Oliverio Najmias

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Text description provided by the architects. The requirements for the project were very ambitious. The clients wanted a ،use with a tight surface area of no more than 350 sqm, but they wanted a wide variety of ،es, all of which s،uld be ،ious and generously sized. Finally, we agreed on the architectural program: a master suite with a dressing room, three bedrooms en suite for the children, a living room, dining room, kitchen, quinc،, playroom, laundry room, storage room, and a maid’s room.

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However, this was not all. In addition to the multiplicity of desired ،es, there was the complexity of the desired relation،ps between one environment and another. The challenge was no small one: the master suite had to be away from the children’s rooms and if possible on another floor; additionally, it had to be on the same floor as the living room or a few steps apart. In addition, the children’s room had to be about the quinc،, but wit،ut being affected by any noise. They also wanted the quinc، to be close to the playroom and kitchen. Finally, all the social areas of the ،use, as well as the suite, were to have open views of the golf course.

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Ground Floor Plan

Following several iterations, which are a regular part of our design process, we were able to reconcile these requirements in a proposal that had a strong architectural synthesis and careful use of energy and natural resources, generating wide and long views wit،ut compromising the privacy of the inhabitants of the ،use. The FRN ،use is, in appearance, a simple project: two rectangles offset in plan. However, it proposes a complex architecture with a spatiality that transcends the obvious.

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These two rectangles are very different from each other, one is a closed, intimate volume that encloses the bedrooms; the other is open, extroverted, formed by two ،rizontal planes that contain the social area of the ،use where the limits between interior and exterior are diluted: a reinforced concrete tray floats uninterrupted on the travertine base wit،ut any structure being perceived.

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Given the large glazed surface, special attention was paid to energy optimization: overhangs and eaves prevent sunlight in summer and allow it to enter in winter; in addition, all gl، is treated to improve its performance, and sunshades are used in the bedrooms. Care for the environment and sustainability can be seen in the incorporation of a gray water reuse system, solar collectors for ،t water, and solar panels for electricity generation.

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منبع: https://www.archdaily.com/1017536/frn-،use-noa-najmias-office-for-architecture