Privacy Reigns Above the City at the Guaruja House in Brazil

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 15, 2009 • References: & swipelife
As the city gets more and more packed, the cottage is a get-away paradise for just about anyone (even if you are going to war with mosquitoes).

The Guaruja House designed by Bernardes Jacobsen (Brazilian Architect) is an extremely private summer home along the beautiful hillside coast of Sao Paulo. The house is filled with the environment around it, using local vegetation as decoration and mood ornaments. There is an entire wall located at the back of the house that slides open to blend the home with nature.

The Brazilian beauty boasts all domestic materials as well as a large swimming pool that mirrors the distant body of water. The Guaraja House is an escape from the clutter and an adventure into peace. Stats for Forest-Buried Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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