|Architects||Carlos Alberto Maciel|
|Collaborators||Felipe Franco e Gabriel Nardelli|
|Location||Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil|
The house 333 can be defined by the following statements: 1 – flexibility and adaptability 2 – growth 3 – conectivity and aggregation 4 – dry construction.
The building scheme for House 333 assumes the highest racionality, adopting dry construction with the aim to use local materials and reduce time and waste. Considering industrialization, it is possible to speculate over the creation of a building scheme, which could be produced by industry and sold on demand.
The House 333 is presented as a prototype of a small infrastructure, unfinished or by other words as an initial cell: an enlightened floor, with high potential of growth, replication and transformation to host the unpredictable and generate more qualified, human cities.