The Toblerone House in Sao Paulo is Brazilian architecture at its best. The cozy home features three expansive horizontal concrete planes containing two distinct spaces. A large living room encompasses the lower level with glass walls allowing for connection to the outer surroundings. The lower level uniquely has two rows of 14 slender steel columns. The upper level is adaptive of the humidity and heat of Sao Paulo with its retractable screens of wooden slats that encourage air to flow through the seeping spaces at night and light to filter throughout the day. The Toblerone House is a remarkable Brazilian house and it has been listed in the Villas category of the 2012 World Architecture Festival.