If you're an architecture aficionado and have a love for beautifully designed structures, then feast your eyes on Isay Weinfeld's crafty structure.
As a popular and successful architect in Brazil, Weinfeld's work creates art using architecture as his latest 'Casa Piracicaba' proves. Located outside São Paulo, this monolithic concrete home is stunning and was designed for a large family that wanted a home that would fit them all during holidays.
The L-shaped structure is built on a sloping piece of land and boasts three floors that are designed in perpendicular axes. The breathtaking design features an exotic garden that can be accessed for each floor and a fully-encased glass family room. With an exterior made of concrete, the interior comes as a surprise with its stone clad walls and marble bathrooms.
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