Gallery - White House / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Eduardo Chalabi - 27

Gallery of White House / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Eduardo Chalabi - 27

Galeria - Casa B+B / Studio mk27+ Galeria Arquitetos - 36

Galeria de Casa B+B / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Renata Furlanetto + Galeria Arquitetos - 36


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White House,© Fernando Guerra | FG+SG

Gallery of White House / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Eduardo Chalabi - 5

Image 33 of 37 from gallery of White House / Studio - Marcio Kogan + Eduardo Chalabi. Photograph by Fernando Guerra

Using one natural element on a focus wall, you can transform a common space to creatively inspiring!

Using one natural element on a focus wall, you can transform a common space to creatively inspiring!

Gallery of B+B House / Studio MK27 + Galeria Arquitetos - 35

Gallery of B+B House / Studio MK27 - Marcio Kogan + Renata Furlanetto + Galeria Arquitetos - 35

6,056 Likes, 17 Comments - ARCHITECTURE JONCKERS™ (@architecture_jonckers) on Instagram: “▪️The P House Designed by Studio Mk27 São Paulo, Brazil @architecture_jonckers (370.000) (We do…”

6,056 Likes, 17 Comments - ARCHITECTURE JONCKERS™ (@architecture_jonckers) on Instagram: “▪️The P House Designed by Studio Mk27 São Paulo, Brazil @architecture_jonckers (370.000) (We do…”

A set of four 'Diz' Armchairs designed by Sergio Rodrigues. Located in a quiet garden-neighborhood in São Paulo and designed by Studio MK27 the 'Ramp House' promotes a radical spatial continuity between the interior and exterior not only through large panes of sliding glass doors - that can be fully opened connecting the living room with the garden. (: Fernando Guerra)

A set of four 'Diz' Armchairs designed by Sergio Rodrigues. Located in a quiet garden-neighborhood in São Paulo and designed by Studio MK27 the 'Ramp House' promotes a radical spatial continuity between the interior and exterior not only through large panes of sliding glass doors - that can be fully opened connecting the living room with the garden. (: Fernando Guerra)

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