Contemporary Home with Spectacular Ocean Views in Rio de Janeiro

Mountain Views, Pool, Terrace, Home in Rio de Janeiro

AL Rio de Janeiro was completed by the São Paulo based studio Arthur Casas. This 5,200 square foot contemporary residence has been designed with great attention to detail. Floor-to-Ceiling sliding glass panels in the front and back of the home provide a light and airy feel.

AL Rio de Janeiro is located near the Pedra da Gavea mountain in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Pool, Terrace, Mountain Views, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Lighting, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Pool, Lighting, City & Ocean Views, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Jacuzzi, Terrace, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Wooden Deck, Pool, Ocean Views, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Ocean Views, Terrace, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Stone Stairs, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Natural Stone Walls, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Wood Cladding, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Hot Tub, Jacuzzi, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Wood Deck, Open Living Space, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Terrace, Ocean Views, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Living Space, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Kitchen, Dining Table, Stairs, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Wooden Flooring, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Wood Floating Stairs, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Bedroom, Ocean Views, Home in Rio de Janeiro

Bathroom, Home in Rio de Janeiro

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