Known in the world of architecture for his contemporary use of concrete and steel, it's about time we take a look inside Paulo Mendes Da Rocha's very own residence. Not unlike most of his projects, his home in Sao Paulo doesn't steer away from his usual simplistic approach. Tucked away in a small hill, the one-story home combines minimalism with clean lines and an abundance of greenery to off-set the concrete and steel. Fitted with distinctive furnishings, the Pritzker Prize-winning architect has truly encompassed his own stylings within this quaint space.

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