With the Tetris House, the famous Brazilian architecture firm Studio mk27 achieved another tour de force and broke some new ground in the world of modern architecture.
Mixing the classics (geometric elements materialized in a perfect mix of wood and stone, an amazing balance between organic and unnatural elements in the design), the Brazilian architects came up with a winning combination that allows them to perfectly imbricate an imposing building in the strong and flourishing nature of the surroundings.
The entrance and the backside are connected through a living room where the space is delimited by a wood shelf with a fireplace and library. This is also where you find the washroom, stairs and dining area opening to the garden with an esplanade. The ceiling of the living area continues the wooden tones of the exterior for a cozy ambiance that connects it with the garden.
The upper floor contains four bedrooms with the master suite offering an overview of the garden and there are panels indoors to adapt the house to the climate outside so that they can filter the excessive sunlight or protect from the strong winds.