Located in São Paulo, Brazil, the AA House was designed by Pascali Semerdjian Architects where the design was led by the original structure. They focused on horizontal and vertical planes and worked with different textures, compositions, and materials to not only create a unique design, but one that was cohesive as well.
One design element that ties the plan together are the vertical louvers that can be seen on both the exterior and the interior. On the facade, they add an extra layer of privacy. The garden includes a swimming pool that’s clad in green slate.
The interior seamlessly blends with the outside thanks to sliding glass doors that dissolve the separation. Outdoor seating creates an additional living room on the edge of the garden.
The architects were responsible for designing much of the fixed furniture throughout, as well as the dining table, nightstands, and even the toilet bowl. The rest of the furniture, art, and decor items were also selected by them.
Photos by Ricardo Bassetti.