A Pretty House In A Beautiful Location: House In The Hills

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The House In The Hills is the brainchild of Architectare, designed and built with traditional materials, like wood, glass and stone. As you can imagine, this is a “green” house, built with ecology in mind, as green as it gets. It’s an elf house by all means, and I’m not kidding. Situated in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, host of the most popular carnival in the world, I am talking about Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, located in the beautiful Itaipava, this beautiful residential project was designed following the strict local regulations imposed by the authorities.

The house takes full advantage of the beautiful surroundings, featuring an impressive terrace and a beautiful wooden deck that connects the house to a swimming pool. There is wood everywhere, inside and outside of the house, the rooms are large and spacious, with high ceilings and luxurious furniture. There are two levels, both creating a cozy atmosphere for their inhabitants and the residence is built in such a way that it takes full advantage of the scenic landscape, via its huge windows, especially the first level, while the second harbors the bedrooms, being more intimate.

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