The Osler located in Brasilia is designed by Marcio Kogan. The house is composed by two volumes and a small pool and garden that organize the entire program. The plan of the Osler house is structured by a ground floor volume, a suspended volume and a deck with an . The box of concrete and wood on ground, houses the main suite, a bedroom, bathroom, the utilities area and the garage.
The vertical wooden brises filter the light and can open in their entirety, diluting the relationship between the internal and the external. The upper volume, propped on the ground-floor volume, on one side, and on pilotis on the other; accommodates the living room, is the solarium., the kitchen (done with low-height furniture) and a small office. This upper box creates a shady area and over the ground-floor prism, an extension of
An outdoor staircase connects the deck alongside the pool to the upper solarium. An indoor staircase forms the daily circulation of the house. Near the main circulation, in the foyer of the house, an Athos Bulcão panel was especially designed and it is, possibly, his last project. The tiles that are in most famous classic buildings in Brasília build the space here as well; a work of art designed for the house, designed with the architecture, that the artist could not see completed.