Kimber Una Places
Best Project of Residential or Mixed-Use Estate
About the project
Una Places is a group of houses situated on a triangular plot of land that borders a park. The residences are organized in pairs, sharing the same architectural language, and their placement follows the topography and alignments of the street and the park.
Exposed concrete, a material so traditional in Brazilian modernist architecture, is one of the primary materials in the project. It carries textures that make each house a unique construction. Corten steel sunshades bring movement to the facades, ensuring that the houses are never the same, while also filtering sunlight and providing privacy for the residents.
At the lowest level, taking advantage of the terrain's slope, there are garages, service spaces, and secondary entrances. This solution allowed us to design a small square in the center of the plot, serving as the main access point for each unit. On the ground floor, there are communal spaces and a courtyard that, at a higher elevation, opens up to the park.
Chapecó, Santa Catarina, Brazil
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Applicant and author of the project
Luciano Lerner Basso (1979), son and grandson of civil engineers, graduated in Architecture from PUC (2003); MBA in management of the construction industry ESPM (2005); master in architectural projects Uniritter/Mackenzie (2015).
Internationally awarded and having more than 70 thousand followers on social media. His architecture, based on rigor, precision and universality, brought him recognition as one of the most prominent contemporary architects of the new generation.
Design team — Martin Raabe
Business concept — Eduardo Bossini
CGI — Nex Architectural Visualization
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