The Planalto House, located in São Paulo, Brazil, is 600 square meters (approx. 6500 square feet) of magnificent Brazilian modern architecture designed by Flavio Castro. Located on an 800-square-meter lot, the house is produced up of two perpendicular structures with a huge area left in excess of for outside recreation.
The upper, reliable seeking floor rests above the smaller sized, a lot more open ground floor. The ground floor homes the public regions, whilst the upper floor consists of the personal household spaces.
The outside room is fully personal from the community letting the loved ones of four take pleasure in the room with out prying eyes.
Skylights deliver sunlight to the outdoor kitchen pavilion under.
The previously mentioned outside kitchen lets the loved ones have outdoor meals all yr lengthy no matter the climate.
The social areas have no separation among indoors and outside thanks to the sliding glass doors that disappear and open the room up.
The kitchen stays bright with the assist of a prolonged narrow backsplash produced of windows.
A huge pivoting door invites visitors to the house.
Floating stairs lead to the rooftop deck.
Photographs by Nelson Kon.