Brazilian Concept Architecture
When opened, the attachment appears as a feature wall folded in front of the house's posterior wall of concrete and glass. Unlike the initial facade, main walls cool and contemporary, with floor-to-ceiling sliding glass walls open living space in the room out. What is often referred to as "House 53" is number one in our books! Brazil's architecture is best. At the top level of this three-story house set back from the edge, resulting in a unique three-layer visible. When closed, the exterior of this organic wood to create a private, natural pen with a uniform, pure aesthetics. This cold wood, concrete and glass design house in Sao Paulo, Brazil designed by Brazilian architect Marcio Kogan has so many layers of architecture and flowers, starting with an unusual skin.