Local architecture firm Bloco Arquitetos creates a minimalist angular home that consists of irregularly shaped volumes for a site in Brasil. The aesthetic and form of the Cora House are heavily influenced by the topography of the landscape which restricts construction by way of its steepness. Although the angular home is distributed on two floors, both can be accessed through street-level.
In the development of the floor plan, Bloco Arquitetos makes sure that it uses the available area to the maximum. As a result, the angular home pertains a strong abstract aesthetic that responds to the slanted site and challenges the perception of the residents. This is further accentuated by the evident minimalism of the all-white interior.
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