A Serene Library House In The Forests Of Brazil

Mature trees stretch to the sun in the green space that clusters around Casa Biblioteca, a scholar's home. The glass walled house takes in all of the beauty that this Brazilian landscape has to offer, gratefully absorbing the vibrant view into its entire 200 square metre footprint. This unique place was designed as a placid retreat where the owner could quietly read and contemplate whilst immersed within nature, away from the pace of Brazil’s metropolitan buzz. The build, designed by Atelier Branco Arquitetura, is a stepped structure that rises over three planes to accommodate its quiet hillside plot in the small town of Vinhedo.

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