I think this house tops my list of dream houses. Called the Yucatan house, it’s located in São Paulo, Brazil, and was designed by Isay Weinfeld for a young couple and their children.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

The home is made up of seven box-like structures — all different sizes and all made of different finishes — and were distributed asymmetrically on the land. A wall covered in aluminum plaques painted black extend from the entrance.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

A long, natural pool extends out from the dining room and features a system to use, reuse and treat water that combines water plants and various fish.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

I’ve always wanted a floating dining room…

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

This is the room of my dreams.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

The homeowners are avid contemporary art collectors, so they wanted a spacious, bright and informal atmosphere home where they could display their pieces and yet still feel comfortable.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

There are some really beautiful art displays within the home.

Yucatan House in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld in architecture  Category

Photos by FG+SG.