In a world where time seems to be slipping away, Oásis Ventú emerges as a sanctuary for self-discovery. Stepping into this dwelling, time slows down, and we transform from mere visitors to newfound inhabitants, uncovering the true essence of living. Oásis Ventú is a harmonious fusion of two interconnected spaces, exuding a fluidity that embodies the vibrant spirit of Brazil. As visitors traverse through a garden nestled amidst a rugged path of beige Bahia marble, a distinctively Brazilian and captivating choice, they encounter a stark contrast between the external and internal environments, emphasizing presence and communion with nature. The color palette, inspired by earthy tones, celebrates the beauty of nature and embraces simplicity.
Guided by intimate and inviting lighting, the open pathway entices exploration, inviting guests to immerse themselves in every moment. Along the journey, the garden unfolds with grace and enchantment, accompanied by the fragrant presence of Jasmine Mango reaching towards the sky. Continuing along, visitors pass through a studio adorned with Taupe tiles from Itagres, lending the space a rustic allure. Breaking the monochromatic scheme, a touch of blue emerges in the artwork collection by Lucas Panobianco. In the spacious common area, the master suite and bathroom extend a warm invitation to relaxation. Linen curtains and wardrobe doors promote airflow, much like the brises, creating an intimate ambiance within the bathroom while restricting access to the bedroom.
Within the bathroom, nature’s influence becomes even more pronounced, with a raw beige Bahia marble shelf and a magnificent bathtub hewn from two tons of Brazilian granite, evoking the grandeur of nature like a cascading waterfall. The gourmet area radiates the essence of Brazilian culture, with decorative clay vases and gourds paying homage to indigenous traditions. Complementing this heritage is the elegance and Brazilian flair of Brushed Brown Storm Granite, a variation of Café Imperial Granite, adorning the countertop. This material’s distinctive striations, once considered flaws, now reveal their intrinsic beauty. The ecological pendant lighting, conceived by architects Expedito and Lucas, graces the dining table, symbolizing a nest and providing a sense of protection.
Flowing seamlessly into the gourmet space, the living room exudes poetic fluidity. Cobogó elements envelop the furniture, composing a vast artistic composition that allows for free and expansive movement. It strikes a harmonious balance between sinuous forms. The lighting design, a notable highlight, was collaboratively crafted with Designer Waldir Jr. To evoke a sense of ascension, strategically placed diffused and focused lights accentuate each artwork and element within the space. Working in tandem with the landscaping, the lighting plays a vital role in guiding the visitor along the path, with the Capim beacon illuminating the way and providing a guiding light.
Architects: Bezerra Panobianco
Area: 200 m²
Photographs: Lucas Panobianco
Manufacturers: Marel Goiânia Design Mobili, Milimike Lighting, Monet Acabamentos, Multipedras, Petras Design em Rochas, Summer, Ventura Casa, Vitória Enxovais
Lead Architect: Lucas Panobianco