Brazilian architects tandem Studio MK27& Lair Reis recently realized in Sao Paulo, Brazil, a revolutionary project The P House that expressed their vision of modern architecture. Basically, it is an original interpretation of the iconic ideas of the famous Le Corbusier.
The torch of progressive thinking is slowly drifting to the South American continent when Brazilian firm Studio MK27 and Lair Reis unveil a unique modern home design that incorporates all the revolutionary technologies currently on the market.
"The P House" is a kind of three-dimensional puzzle. The dynamic rotation of the independent spaces around a common focal point creates an unforgettably surreal atmosphere.
The house, about which Forum-Grad will tell, is located on the banks of the river Pinheiros, in the densely populated area of Morumbi, Sao Paulo, Brazil. On a blossoming hilltop, you see a valley filled with buildings; across the hillside, on the next hill, are the skyscrapers of the downtown area.
All bearing elements are cast in monolithic reinforced concrete, living rooms are equipped with sliding wooden blinds that control the light.
In the garden you can fully experience the intersection of vectors and accentuated interactions – just look around and the disparate awkward boxes magically transform into a laconic stylish whole.