Brazil-based architeect Arqbox created the JJO House in collaboration with Estudiograma. The house is located in the depths of a Brazilian forest, immersing the architecture into lush surroundings.
The house sits on top of a steep slope, with a garage, workshop and a walkway that connects the structure to the main house placed slightly down the hill. The main living area is enveloped in a glass showcase, giving a view of the surrounding treetops in each room. The bedrooms sit on the ground floor, with large windows offering views of the forest floor. The rooftop terrace offers a luxurious outdoor living space, on top of the raw concrete, glass and steel structure.
The JJO House connects every aspect of the home into different layers of the forest.
Image Credit: Estudiograma
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