Studio MK27 – Marcio Kogan completed the design and development of P House, a 772 square meter residence in São Paulo, Brazil. The architects describe the massive house as “a puzzle game. Rotating three volumes around one nucleus generates not only a particular spatial dynamic, but also different visual relations between empty and full, between the private and semiprivate areas and the view of the city“.

The program boasts three floors and includes a garden, a terrace with fireplace and barbecue, home theater, dining and living rooms, washroom, kitchen, four bedrooms, office and family room. Three concrete volumes revolve around a central block-shaped “pivot”, each creating distinct relations between the inner and outer spaces. The box accommodating the bedrooms projects outwards over both sides of the first box.

These privileged interiors look out to the pool and take advantage of the deck above the roof of the living and dining rooms. The nucleus of the circulation is made of a continuous staircase joined in a structural wall. Have a look at the video we’ve uploaded at the end of the post for more information! [Photographs: FG+SG – Fernando Guerra, Sergio Guerra]