Previously seen on our viral pages for designing the Ipes House in São Paulo, Brazil, South American architects StudioMK27 are back with a look at the Toblerone House. Also nestled in dense metropolis of São Paulo, this two-story, 590-square-meter home features a quasi-alfresco first floor thanks to its large, encompassing sliding glass doors. Delimited by a set of massive concrete beams, the contrasting wooden box-like second floor includes three bedrooms, a den, and a home theater. From the architect, “The simplicity of Toblerone House surpasses the organization of the house, the solutions for environmental comfort, or even in the everyday use by the inhabitants, little surprises complete the architecture.”
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