Brazilian BR House

November 23rd, 2010

The design of this Brazilian house is remarkable; reminds me of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling water house. Although this house doesn’t overlook a waterfall and is in a entirely different part of the world, it does use a similar stone and wood combination that makes it feel very similar. The house was designed by Marcio Kogan and build in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.

Via the Contemporist

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  1. I think my favorite little detail is the small square holes for the trees to grow through on that outer patio area. It’s like super logical order accounting for the random chaos of the trees’ positioning, it results in a feeling of harmony, and I think it accomplishes this better than other areas of the house.

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  3. Dimo says:

    I like the big wide window in the last photo.

  4. NAVIS says:

    If I had a house like that, all I would want to do is party all the damn time.

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