Modern and functional Sao Paulo escape

Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto designed the Sumaré house, in São Paulo, Brazil for a graphic designer who desired a “spacious house, where she could work, exercise, entertain friends and, of course, live in.” The plot is not a small one 7,535 square feet (700 square meters), but due to height restriction laws, the building could not exceed 2 floors, thus an underground floor was needed for the caretaker’s quarters and the atelier. Both spaces open to a lawn so the feeling of being underground is forgotten. On the middle floor, a few steps above street level, a sitting and dinning room open to a larger lawn.

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