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A Spacious Contemporary Home in Brasilia, Brazil

By Magaly Grosso


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Osler House was designed by Studio MK27 – Marcio Kogan & Suzana Glogowski in 2009. Located in Brasilia, Brazil, the home covers an area of 270 m2. At first sight, it looks like two blocks placed one on top of the other in a perpendicular way. The home has a modern style in its exterior and walls of concrete, glass, and wood that create an imposing effect.

Its gardens are lush and very well cared for, with verdant trees that give shade to the house and relief on those days of intense heat. At the center of the home, the swimming pool invites us to go for a swim and enjoy its cool water… Sounds tempting, doesn’t it?

Concrete construction among the surrounding gardens
View of the upper block and its interior through the glass walls

Swimming pool
Area of the bedrooms beside the swimming pool

The first block holds a small terrace, easily reached by external concrete stairs.

Upper terrace reached by external concrete stairs
Concrete stairs leading to the terrace
Swimming pool and the two blocks that make up the house

The social areas are located in the upper block. There, the kitchen, living room, and dining room share the same space in perfect harmony.

The long space, located between glass walls, not only has the advantage of enjoying natural light throughout the day, but also offers us the privilege of taking in the views from both sides. It is also equipped with two glass doors that lead to the upper terrace.

Interior view of the house. Living-dining room, kitchen
Wooden dining room and kitchen
Bathroom in white with glass door
Internal stairs

At night, the serene spaces invite us to relax and share with friends and family while enjoying the views, both from indoors and outdoors.

Night view of the house

Night view with closed curtains

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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