This Brazilian residence is nestled along the sloping Atlantic forest line, and from the front approach looks like an unsuspecting wooden space. Jacobsen Arquitetura created this ‘AMB House’ with a ‘backwards’ approach in regards to the layout, so once inside this amazing home the views are maximized from every level.
In typical floor plans, the bedrooms and more private spaces are on the upper levels, while on the lower level tends to herald all of the public rooms. This residence has the same principles of keeping bedrooms away from the entrance, but they end up being on the lower levels instead. This home spans horizontally with a breathtaking infinity pool and rare Cumarú wood is used throughout the build. Coastline views and an interconnected natural relationship are the perfect touches to this impressive residence.