Architecture Hunter

The Panorama of Joanópolis Residence by Estúdio Saracura

January 27, 2022

        Estúdio Saracura is an Architecture and Art Studio based in São Paulo, Brazil, guided by Alessandra Müller, that designs to attend the function and captivate people. Since 2017, the Studio creations were conceived through the senses, searching for harmony and well-being, which is preserved in the Joanópolis Residence.



Architecture Hunter

In Loco with Estúdio Saracura by Alessandra Müller – Joanópolis, Brazil

January 30, 2022

          Joanópolis Residence is a house located in São Paulo, Brazil, designed by Estúdio Saracura. Planned to reunite family and friends, the project is composed of five volumes, occupying an area of 25.000 m2. Surrounded by nature, the house preserves the essence of the region and the concept of the project, inviting residents and visitors to determine their own space.



Restlessliving, volume nº 114

Between Mountains and Waters

April 1, 2022

         ‘‘[…] Designed to be built by hand, the house named ‘Between Mountains and Waters’ is a piece of raw architecture aiming to bring leisure to the owners’ four children and their guests. Scattered between a forest and a dam, the multi-volume residence presents a community feeling where the separation of public and private buildings enables both social activity as well as solitude […] ”




Between Mountains and Water Joanópolis Residence/ Estúdio Saracura

March 2, 2022

        “Children grew up and the need to keep them close became urgent. Therefore, the couple has invested in a place of quietness and leisure for the four children and their guests. The 5 volumes scattered between the forest and the dam fill 25 thousand m2 of rural area in Joanópolis, in the interior of São Paulo, in perfect communion with nature […]”



Revista Projeto

Estúdio Saracura: Residência em Joanópolis, SP

May 20, 2022

      “ O projeto da arquiteta Alessandra Müller para sua própria casa segue, na análise da autora, referências modernistas inspiradas em Tadao Ando e Paulo Mendes da Rocha e no minimalismo das obras do escritório espanhol RCR Arquitetos, prêmio Pritzker de 2017. O resultado é uma construção que mescla concreto, aço e vidro e deixa grandes espaços livres valorizados por iluminação zenital […] ”