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Casa Bola / Eduardo Longo | Designalmic

Casa Bola / Eduardo Longo | Designalmic | Real Estate Brazil | Scoop.it
This extraordinary house, spherical, it's an icon of the utopian architecture. Another peculiarity in the middle of São Paulo's city. The "Casa Bola" - the "Ball House" - in the centre of Sao Paulo. Architect Eduardo Longo built it with his own hands between 1974 and 1979. Five years were necessary to the architect to build the Casa Bola alone on the roof of his house converted into an office. Inside, the decor is reduced to a minimum, but the ball home offers as standard a standard apartment on only 8 m diameter arranged on four levels...

 

Project name: Casa Bola
Location: Rua Amauri, Avenida Brigadeiro Faria Lima, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Coordinates: -23.581415,-46.683728
Type:
Type By Characteristic: Architects House, Green & Sustainable House, Tower House
Type By Site: City House
Type By Size: Small House - (51 sqm - 200 sqm)
Type By Structural: Steel House
Floor count: 4
Project Area: approx 135 sqm
Project Year: 1970-2004
Construction Year: 1974-1979
Status: Built
Completion Year: 2004

 


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This #incredible roaming #city would actually work in real life

This #incredible roaming #city would actually work in real life | Real Estate Brazil | Scoop.it
Architecture Fiction: a physically plausible city in motion
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“Architizer showcases this awesome engineering and architectural project: a roaming city that would will actually work if someone builds it.
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360º Building by Isay Weinfeld

360º Building by Isay Weinfeld | Real Estate Brazil | Scoop.it
Brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld designed this apartment block in São Paulo as 62 "houses with yards", which are stacked on top of one another like the blocks of a Jenga game (+ slideshow).

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