Digitalistic living: concrete symmetry @ São Paulo

It’s one of the eye catchers in São Paulo, Brazil. The modern house was designed by Studio MK27. Built from exposed concrete, it blends modernity and design. 

The natural light on the upper floor comes through the pivoting wooden panels on the facade, and the box structure of Ipês House accentuates the illusion of an air suspended top floor. Pretty amazing! From the pool to the wine cellar, symmetry is key. Though it remains cosy and inviting.

Photography: © Reinaldo Coser | MK27

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