The design of a floating box with well-defined edges and perfect symmetry seems to be popular with designers across the globe as we are seeing homes with similar design take shape in most of Europe Latin America and the US. That does not mean that each of them stops adding their own individual touch as the in Sao Paulo Brazil showcases. While the home itself looks like a beautiful floating box cast in concrete and wood there is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
The home itself looks lovely with balanced use of glass concrete and wood on the outside. This gives its residents sufficient privacy while also extending the interiors beyond the four walls and connecting it to the outdoors with smart the use of floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The two acre property also features solar panels gray water management systems which are clubbed with eclectic interiors and curvy antiques to create a home that fits the taste of its owners.
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The ergonomic and effective use of floor-to-ceiling glass windows means there are plenty of wonderful views that are on offer and all of them are completely unobstructed along with some great natural ventilation that enhances the interior. The shades of the wooden flooring and the décor are kept in close sync so that visual appeal is never lost.
The master bedroom in the top floor opens up into a beautiful balcony that gives the home’s residents refreshing views as they wake up each day. Similar stone flooring has been used throughout including the pool deck to maintain a sense of flowing and uninhibited space. The cool pool and the beautiful patio make this home complete.
The wooden flooring and the wooden pool deck along with the furnishings which also seem to assume the same tone blend in effortlessly and offer a sense of warmth to the C1. The uncomplicated and ergonomic décor along with the pleasant lighting complete this modern house.
But that seems to fit perfectly with the plan as the three floors of the home offer three unique living spaces with each having a very specific goal. The ground level is for the children and it opens up into a beautiful patio area and houses plenty of room for kids to play around. A wonderful walkway in stone combined with stairs graces the area above the pool and adds to the uniqueness of the house.