The Portobello house is contiguous to the land, providing a perception of single-storey house on all floors, while the floors become slabs in suspension, that is, terraces in height. Through them, the architectural proposition approaches the tradition of the great Brazilian colonial house – the house surrounded by the generous porch.
Founded in 2011 by the architect Marcelo Moura, Tripper Arquitetura develops architectural and interior projects for residential, commercial and corporate spaces. The office operates in all stages, from the preliminary study, through the executive project, detailing, to the final delivery of the work.
Tripper team believes that each client has an identity, so bet on personalized creations that prioritize the values and needs of each one.
Today, besides Rio de Janeiro, it takes longer and longer flights, with projects in Angra dos Reis, São Paulo, Coimbra and New York.