A house made largely from recycled storm sewer piping might seem like the last place on earth you'd want to live, but as the Eugenia House all too clearly demonstrates, you'd be dead wrong.
Indeed not only does The Eugenia House have all the attractiveness of an eco-friendly residence made with green in mind, but it also has the added bonus of being beautiful, bright, and welcoming.
Designed by JoÃ£o Diniz, the entire structure was carefully designed in order to take advantage of natural light and air control, in addition to being focused vertically so as to maximize space without maximizing it's impact on the surrounding scenery of Lagoa Santa, Brazil.
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By: Jordan M - Published: Jan 4, 2011 • References: joaodiniz.wordpress