Casa Masetti is a house designed by Paulo Mendes da Rocha in the early 70s. The architecture was inspired by the cliff on which it is built. The house consists of two spaces: the open and airy ground floor and the living space. Made of concrete, the house is suspended above the ground on four pillars. It has a swimming pool, a living room and three bedrooms, each with a private bathroom. The most fascinating aspect of this house is the poetry of the austere architecture of the Brazilian architect.