Architecture: Casa Cor by Pedro Lázaro


Back at it, and we’ve left the country again for a quick look at another great property. It’s been a good week or so with how diverse the last couple of posts have been, and that’s what we really dig about this section. You’ll always see something very different from the last home posted. And we think today’s post will really suit those who love and appreciate an open plan with plenty of light.

Created as an annex to a house in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Casa Cor by Pedro Lázaro is a small extension that fits in perfectly with its surroundings. The box-like structure features two large glass walls on either side, allowing for a close relationship with the nature that surrounds it. Curtains provide privacy or they can be opened to bring the outdoors in. 

Timber paneling on the roof and deck and a green and grey color theme further complement this idea. The interior incorporates modern design with large concrete tiles and minimal furniture; however, the warm lighting and surrounding elements keep the atmosphere welcoming and homely.




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