The Concrete House is surrounded by nature. Designed as a concrete and glass box, it offers spacious and integrated spaces. The pool blends with the surrounding mountain landscape. The second floor houses the social areas, all facing stunning views of nature. Construction details, such as small remaining holes in the concrete walls, are preserved, providing scenic light points. From the front facade, the mountains can be seen throughout the building. The visual permeability of the glass enclosures, mediated by a set of blinds that provide different gradations of privacy, allowed sharing the house’s privileged view with the street.


Architects: Ângela Roldão Arquitetura
Photographs: Jomar Bragança
Location: Nova Lima, Brazil
Area: 7653 ft²
Year: 2022

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