Casa Sumaré is a family house located in Sao Paolo, designed by Brazilian architect Felipe Hess. The house, developed on a 360 sqm surface, is characterized by an interesting relationship between external and internal spaces. The severe concrete volume, which represents the main body of the building, contrasts with the big black metal surfaces of the roof, the windows and the volume that connects the house with the green space outside. In the same way, inside, in order to enforce the contrast of materials, the interior is characterized by mid-century classic furniture pieces and a custom built walnut bookshelf and sideboard.
Photography © Fran Parente