Housed in one of the most reputable centres of São Paulo, Braganca Paulista, the Stone House project, designed by architect Erick Figueira, calls attention for its blending rustic granite composition and sawn wood in the house of Quinta da Baroneza.

A country house with eight suites, made up from two blocks. In the rear block, they are four bedrooms and four more in front  block. Even with all that space, the environment is totally familiar. Something that can be felt through the spans of glass surrounded by wood and large windows installed by MADO - Janelas & Portas.

According to the builder, Facchini Dinelli, the reason for using MADO was made by the certainty of receiving a product of excellent workmanship and high quality, obtained from the raw material Lyptus ®, and certified sustainable wood.

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