The Osler House, designed by Marcio Kogan, is located in Brasilia, Brazil.
The plan of the Osler house is structured by a ground floor volume, a suspended volume and a deck with an outdoor pool.
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 BulcÃ£o.
The small foyer in the entrance connects to the second floor with a delicate staircase.
The second floor is organized in a prism of glass and concrete, where nothing vertically interrupts the visual transparency of the volume.
The wonderful feature in its design plans is how they have incorporated the use of a pool so prominently.
The night time picture really highlights the effect of the pool in the overall “curb appeal” of the home.