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Pix House: A Single-Family House with the Local Architectural Memory and Identity

Located in Brazil, Pix House is a 2010 project designed by CANDIDA TABET ARQUITETURA. It is an architectural intervention project of a single-family house. The existing house and the local architectural memory and identity are preserved in this project due to the request of the client.

Vila Rica House: Two Pavilions with Exposed Concrete for the Structure

Constructed in 2015 and completed in 2017, Vila Rica House is a 2014 project that sits in a rural area that is 40km away from the city center of Brasília. Designed by Bloco Arquitetos, this project is distributed in two perpendicular pavilions with the use of exposed concrete for the structure and the fixed furniture as well.

Loft RLO: A Single-Storey Residence with A Large Living Space and Generous Proportions

This single-storey residence is designed as a pavilion to capture a life inherently connected to living outdoors. Located in Brazil, Loft RLO is a 2020 residential project by ME Arquitetura with 350 m² in size. This residence has generous proportions and also a single large living space. It is also a project that blurs the lines that separate the outdoors from the indoors.

Borges House: A Family House with White Walls and Beautiful Landscapes

This family house is located in Condominium Retiro das Pedras, Minas Gerais, Brazil, surrounded by beautiful landscapes. Sits on a site with a mild climate, Borges House offers a comfortable place for a young family to live. This house is completed in 2001 by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados.

Lincoln House: A Tribute to Nature with Spacious and Cozy Living Spaces

Located in Nova Lima, State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, Lincoln House is a tribute to the beautiful nature surrounding. This house is a 2009 residential project by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados. Articulated as in colonial houses, the living spaces inside this house are cozy and spacious.