Organized into three sections— "Town," "Country," and "Coast" —the carefully selected houses presented here offer new takes on indoor–outdoor living, beautifully crafted local materials, and a mastery of natural light. The locations range from stunning city homes to country retreats and tempting coastal escapes in cities including Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro. Featuring work by Marcos Acayaba and Pritzker-prize-winning architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha, together with homes by designers such as Fernanda Marques, Guilherme Torres, and André Piva, New Brazilian House reflects the vitality and verve of Brazil’s architecture and design today.
— Interior Design
Chronicles distinctive modernist architecture.
— Palm Beach Daily News
Will be as useful to landscape architects and designers as home architects and designers.
Explores 25 recent projects by the country's contemporary visionaries—Isay Weinfeld, Arthur Casas, and Marcio Kogan, and among them—showing how they have fashioned their own idiom, one that embraces rectilinear forms and organic materials.
— Architectural Digest
From S\xc3\x83\xc2\xa3o Paolo and Rio to the coastal towns of Paraty and Ilhabela, from city homes to country retreats and seaside escapes, these pages reflect the vitality of Brazil's architecture and design today.
— Florida Design
Dominic Bradbury is a journalist and writer specializing in architecture and design. He writes for many magazines and newspapers in the UK and internationally, including Wallpaper*, World of Interiors, House & Garden, Vogue Living, The Telegraph, The Times, and the Financial Times. His many books include Mid-Century Modern Complete, The Iconic Interior, Mountain Modern, Waterside Modern, and most recently, Off the Grid: Houses for Escape.
Richard Powers is a photographer specializing in interiors, architecture, and the built environment. His books include The Iconic Interior, Beyond Bawa, and New Paris Style.