Brazilian landscapes and modern architecture work in unison to create the Jardins House. Comprised of two stories, the upper level is organized in a U-shape around a central courtyard. A rear wing is comprised of four suites while the main living area cantilevers over the ground below. Encased in sliding glass doors, the garden's lush greenery and overflowing swimming pool are visible to every room, a vibrant contrast to the exposed concrete interior. The communal spaces are also fitted with hinged glass panels. Topped with a metal pergola, the area transforms into an outdoor terrace with views of the surrounding treetops.
Photos: Ruben Otero / Drucker Architectura