A unified home – Brazil

The design of the house was based in a contemporaneous concept, regarding the architecture and interior design. Designed by Dado Castello Branco architects, the external area is integrated with the inside, unifying the whole social area in a wide inviting space. Located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the house is enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open the house to the garden, providing a harmonious integration between the inside and the outside.
The studio used wooden panels thought the interior on walls, joinery and the striking stairs with inlaid precast concrete. Wood was selected as the internal hero material to bring comfort to the house, contrasting with the roughness of the concrete on the façade.
On the ground floor, there is the social heart of the home created for seamless entertaining. The upper floor, consists of the private zones such as bedrooms, gym and sauna.

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