This modern concrete home was designed by Brazillian architects grupoSP with a large open space concept and incredible home library design ideas as part of its interior furnishings. This beautiful urban residence is called the Querasene House and is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The home has a 10X40 meter building area with transparent floor to ceiling glass windows and concrete finishes that house a library containing a large collection of 7,500 volumes. The house was built in tree stories containing all the services, equipment and dormitories.
Inside this simple home interior, there is monolithic concrete flooring and white Portuguese Stone installed on the first floor while the masonry walls and reinforced concrete were done without finishes. The exception is the wall with home library that houses a large collection of books; it was finished with time and history. There is block concrete stairs positioned parallel to the south limit of the bath that leads you to the next floor. The living room area is located on the lower level to give required privacy and maintaining the view of the distant landscape through the void.
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