Brazilian House by Otta Albernaz

The architectural solution for the house consists of two perpendicular to each other pavilions that have open glass walls and vast windows toward the inner garden and closed secluded cube facades toward the street. This arrangement sustains a close and open relationship with the nature, as was intended by owners and designers, at the same time provides a privet retreat for the inhabitants in the cozy, comfort zone of this small paradise garden.


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