Mirindaba House by Marcio Kogan, São Paulo, Brazil

Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan designed the Casa Mirindaba in São Paulo, Brazil. The building is an impressive example of construction, good drawing and good execution on building the architecture. The details, exhaustively and precisely drawn are fulfilled in a perfect execution. The house exhibits Kogan’s trademark elegant and airy concrete box forms, lined with stone and Brazilian timber, while open spaces play with light, and blur the lines between in and outdoors.

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