Friday, June 5, 2009

Carapicuiba House in Brazil

What do you do when you have a site that “weird” that restricts the building of your dreams? How about drawing inspiration from the Carapicuiba House? Built on a ground surface that falls abruptly down to 6m below, architects Angelo Bucci and Alvaro Puntoni have suspended a two level steel structure on pilots and covered it with glass for amazing views. Pure poetry surrounded by a beautiful scenery, it’s an amazing piece of architecture. A modern day “treehouse”? Looks lovely …

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