Overall Interior View
Photo © BCMF Arquitetos / Jomar Bragança
 
 
View of entrance space with the bar on the left
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Entrance View
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Overall Interior View
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Overall Interior View - Stainlless Steel Bar
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Overall View from the Garden
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View or the Bar Volumen Emerging of the Existing Building
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Steelframe Montage
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Steelframe Montage
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Overall View - Steelframe Montage
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Address
Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Year
2010
Cost
0 - 100K
Stories
Undisclosed

Casa Cor Bar 2010

Year: 2010

Location: Belo Horizonte, MG (Brazil)

Authors: Bruno Campos, Marcelo Fontes e Silvio Todeschi

Project Team: Patrícia Bueno, Thiago Bandeira de Mello, Carolina Eboli e Gabriela Gomes

Area: 69m²

Client: Casa Cor / Arcelor Mittal / Stella Artois

Structure: Flasan (Steel Frame)

Coating: Perfilor

Construction: Casa Cor MG (João Grillo)

Photos: Leonardo Finotti / Jomar Bragança

The brief for the Casa Cor Bar required us to explore the formal possibilities of applying a very simple and inexpensive construction system: the light steel frame. Industrialized resistant high quality materials (stainless steel plate, mirror finishing on the outside and matte on the inside) clad this custom designed object built in just 3 weeks, to be portable and usable in various ways.

The bar was initially planned to operate in any open space, public or private, as a kind of non-site-specific structure, and is supposed to be an informal lounge and retreat space within any context. With dim lighting and some cork benches distributed at strategic points, the orange carpet floor unfolds into bleachers and stepped platforms where people can relax and admire the landscape from inside or outside.

This unusual and irregular cruciform bolide has landed on a rooftop, in this case, but can be removed later on to anywhere else without losing its visual impact: a park, a plaza, a garden, or even the roof of another building.

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