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Querosene House by Alvaro Puntoni

querosene.jpg Via @designboom, a house in Sao Paulo, Brazil, whose “space is defined from the north face structure, a parallel free wall which houses a library containing 7,500 books and another parallel block.” Three levels, masonry and concrete walls, concrete floors, Portuguese stone finishes. The main floor of the 10 by 40 meter structure is situated below grade for privacy. More at Alvaro Puntoni.

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