The thought of a concrete jungle seemed to most appropriately apply to this spectacularly modern abode, known as the 'Querosene House' by groupSP architects. This seemingly stacked residence rests along a strip of land in Sao Paulo, Brazil. In fact, three meters of the land that the Querosene House sits on is thre meters beneath street level -- thereby giving architects an interesting challenge when creating this contemporary coppice.
A look through the interior images of this illuminated abode will have viewers just as impressed as the initial exterior pictures did. The Querosene House boasts an extensive library, enormously high volted ceilings, contemporary concrete stairs and to top it off, interior balconies overlooking the amazing modern interior.
Implications - The use of concrete continues to be a favored choice by many architects as it produces an instant modern feel as well as acts as a strong structural exterior. Companies looking to create products that consumers will favor should consider the use of strong products that can come across as full of utility and contemporary style.