巴西,帕拉蒂住宅/Marcio Kogan

优雅,安静,简约,干净,这些美丽的形容词正好用来描述Marcio Kogan设计的多次获奖的住宅杰作。

华丽而精简的住宅是巴西建筑师的平衡手法。建筑师一直说,爱圣保罗和纽约,因为它们同样混乱丑陋,他喜欢“多元大城市文化的活力、混”。

出于混沌,幽默和电影的爱好者的创造性,设计了一个惊人的美丽,宁静而平衡的住宅。

评论Kogan作品的人都会提及密斯.凡德罗,赖特或者他们的同代人,但是Kogan认为自己更受到Ingmar Bergman, Federico Fellini 和 Andy Warhol等人的影响。

Kogan现年57岁,出生于巴西,受过教育,具有现代主义的方法。他描述了早期跟随巴西的现代主义者——Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Lina Bo Bardi 和 Vilanova Artigas——非常好的经历。

帕拉蒂住宅位于前殖民城市帕拉蒂的数百个岛屿之中的一个,靠近里约热内卢。在建成之前,Kogan就认为它是自己的最爱。它的体量是插入大山的两个大抽屉,在内部由楼梯连接。

住宅的优雅来自于室内和户外的交融,使用原生木,石,植被,使用极少主义的处理手法,吸收了外面的辽阔景色。虽然在今天有很多盒子式,而它肯定是最佳例子之一。——- Tuija Seipell

原文:http://www.thecoolhunter.net/article/detail/1618/paraty-house-brazil

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Elegant, calm, minimalist, clean and beautiful are among the adjectives that can be used to describe almost all of Marcio Kogan’s much-publicized and much-awarded residential masterpieces.

The magnificent, streamlined residences must serve as an antidote of some sort to the Brazilian architect who has been quoted as saying that he loves his home town of São Paulo and New York because they are similar in their chaotic ugliness, and because he likes “energy, chaos and a multi-cultural population in a city.”

Out of this chaos-, humor- and cinema-loving creative mind, an astonishingly lovely, peaceful balance is projected onto residential projects.

Reviewers of Kogan’s work often mention Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright or their contemporaries, but Kogan has said that he is more inspired by Ingmar Bergman, Federico Fellini and Andy Warhol.

However, the 57-year-old Brazilian-born and educated Kogan does have a modernist approach, and he has described the work of fellow Brazilians of modernist ilk -- Lucio Costa, Oscar Niemeyer, Lina Bo Bardi and Vilanova Artigas – as incredible.

The Paraty House, pictured here, is located on one of the hundreds of islands near the colonial town of Paraty, close to Rio de Janeiro. Before it was completed, Kogan predicted that it was to be his favourite house. Its simple premise is two large drawers pushed into the hill and connected by an internal staircase.

Its elegance comes from the seamless link between indoors and out, from the use of native wood, stone and vegetation, and from the minimalist, sweeping vistas that make so many of Kogan’s houses appear as if they were either taking off or recently landed. And although the stacked-boxes style is starting to wear thin as style-du-jour, this is surely one of its best examples. - Tuija Seipell