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Paulo Mendes da Rocha built the Fernando Millán House in São Paulo -also known as Casa Leme | The Hardt
In 1970 Paulo Mendes da Rocha built the Fernando Millán House in São Paulo -also known as Casa Leme-, a construction excavated in a sloping plot of land. A single unburied access allows entry to the house, which seeks privacy through an unusual orientation of the rooms to the kitchen. The house is also presented as an uninterrupted space through elements such as interior walls that do not reach the ceiling, also present in your home in Butanta, or the asphalted floor of the living room that continues the atmosphere of the garage. The concrete structure becomes evident breaking once again the conventions of residential architecture.
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