Toblerone House in Sao Paulo, Brazil
We’re not sure if Toblerone House in São Paulo, Brazil, has anything to do with the Toblerone Swiss chocolate bar, but we do know: Both are pretty sweet.
South American architects StudioMK27 have created this dazzling and unique 590 square meter structure, with a vast and spacious first floor with large sliding glass doors which support a wooden box delimited by concrete beams. That first floor houses the living room, utilities and kitchen, while the second floor is where you’ll find the three bedrooms, den, and home theater. This quote from the architect proves we made the right call in choosing a much simpler major: “The shape of the land allowed for a longitudinal implanting of the house with spatial permeability between the two extreme areas, with a loose canopy in the garden.” We just know it looks damn good.