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Architecture September, 6 2013

Linhares Dias House by DOMO Arquitetos – Brasilia, Brazil

A structure you wouldn’t necessarily want to live in – everything a little too much on show – Linhares Dias House, Brasilia, Brazil is nonetheless an incredible, bold piece of design. DOMO Arquitetos take a leaf from the Brasilia Book of Modernist Design, creating a confident concrete structure based around a stacked box form. However, whilst the build appears to be a simple, uniform arrangement of rooms, the design is actually a lot more complex with all kinds of nooks, corners, walls, doorways and corridors dividing up the space. Take a look for yourself in our gallery.

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