Gama Issa House Design in São Paulo Brasil by Marcio Kogan

Gama Issa House, Brazil, is a project architect Marcio Kogan expressing an absolute linearity, made of symmetry and perfect proportions: a rectangular area where the day was divided into four zones on two levels, each with the same size, and equipped with huge windows that bring the outside into the house and procure a light house unparalleled.

White is the great protagonist of this house, both inside and outside: between the furniture does not in fact stands that no color is pure white except for red “content” chairs in the dining area.Recognizable from the outside, some historical pieces of design, such as the Tulip table and chairs and the Arco lamp.

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