The Osler House designed by Marcio Kogan, located in Brasilia, is composed by two volumes and a small pool and garden that organize the entire program.
On the ground floor we find the rooms that open to the outside using rotating wooden panels, and a small lobby that connects the second floor with a delicate staircase. The lobby is decorated with a panel of tiles specially designed for this wall by the artist Athos Bulcão.
The second floor is organized in a prism of glass and concrete, where nothing vertically interrupts the visual transparency of the volume. On the roof of the ground floor, connected to the living room, the terrace extends the external area.
Via Arch Daily