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Merging Modern Brazilian Architecture With The Beauty of Nature

 The Casa em Cotia (House in Cotia) located in Sao Paulo, Brazil will make you feel at home with nature. It features a 45-meter-long roof with grassy and sandy themes which highlight the color scheme of the surrounding woodlands.

Each of the three structures that make up the home is sized at about 730 square meters, all of which isn’t shy to be open to nature with their floor-to-ceiling windows and glass walls for a healthy helping of natural light and some amazing views of the lush landscapes.

“Designing a house always presumes a commitment to sheltering family relationships,” said Una Arquitetos in a project description. “Embracing childhood, everyday life, and establishing scales of measures to the world.”

“This one particularly seeks to reinforce the walking, the promenade, as a way to conceive the place,” the studio continued. “Being so, a path is completed as a continuous drawing, connecting all spaces, going up and down the slope, without determining if one is diving or submerging.”

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