To maximize views and privacy, the OS House sits at the top of its São Paulo plot. The structure is comprised of a series of laminated wood columns running along the walls and ceiling, allowing light to filter in while also providing glimpses of the surrounding landscape. The home is split into two parallel wings connected by an entry hall. Each provides a different function, with one housing the master and guest suites and the other the kitchen, living and dining rooms, TV room, and spa. Encased with glazed sliding doors, the public wing opens out to a covered concrete terrace providing access to a pool and solarium.
Photos: Fernando Guerra / Jacobsen Arquitetura