Sao Paulo, Brazil is home to some of the most creative forms of architecture and design around the world, and the Carapicuiba house is one of them. The home is essentially a collection of container like buildings elevated on concrete stilts that together form a unique and impressive dwelling. The house was designed as combination project between Brazilian architects Angelo Bucci and Alvaro Puntoni.

The Sao Paulo based home was completed in 2008, and is very spacious spanning just under 4,500 square feet of livable space. Reinforced concrete support the entire building, and floor to ceiling glass windows are used all throughout.

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