Estudio BRA Architecture designed the 'Sorocabo House,' a family home located in São Paulo, Brazil.
The house is very stark and minimal, both inside and out. The exterior is characterized by its clean lines, cubic volumes and cantilevered design. Inside, the home features an all-white palette from floor to ceiling. Though one might assume this to be harsh, it actually gives off a greater illusion of fluidity and the abundance of space. The look is cushioned by soft interior lighting and natural light accessed by the large windows.
The Sorocabo House proves that minimalism doesn't have to be cold. Though incredibly modern, the house is not particularly intimating. Guests and visitors will immediately feel welcomed to this pristine residence.
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