The House Is Organic
How a handful of wacky, curvaceous 20th-century homes by the Brazilian architect Jorge Zalszupin came to redefine — and rebuke — the country’s Modernist doctrine.
By Michael Snyder Photographs by Ana Topoleanu
NOTES ON THE CULTURE
THE POLISH BRAZILIAN designer and architect Jorge Zalszupin hated the beach, but he loved the beach house he built in 1972 for his family. Set back from the Atlantic coast in Guarujá, a resort town 40 miles southeast of São Paulo, the 2,842-square-foot...
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