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Osler House is marked by a cross configuration, with two volumes of concrete arranged orthogonally, one over the other. Completed in 2009, it comprises 270 m2 of built area and is residence to a Brazilian diplomat - the house was designed as a resting place on return from his missions. On the ground floor there is a master suite, a bedroom, a bathroom, a service area and garage. On the upper floor, with its visual glances and large openings facing both the east and the west, there is the office, the living room and kitchen. The covering of the lower volume also serves as a balcony for those environments.


Co-author: Suzana Glogowski.

Interiors co-author: Diana Radomysler.


Honorable Mention – Prize of the VIII Biennial of Architecture in São Paulo 2009 (Category: Professional / Work Completed)

Award "Best in Architecture" 2010 – Arquitetura e Construção Magazine / Ed. Abril (Category: Residential - City - 200-500 m2)