Tony Montana is known for his luxurious tastes, and if the movie studios were to make a sequel, the Al House in Rio de Janeiro, would be the perfect setting. It was designed for a lone, but highly successful, entrepreneur by the Brazilian team at Studio Arthur Casas. His goal was to get away from the cramped quarters of his apartment, and into something more refreshing. Continue reading for more picture and information.
This was definitely quite the upgrade. Spanning 5,200 square feet, it features floor to ceiling windows and track-guided pocket doors running along the backside of the house, opening up to the infinity pool. According to Hi Consumption, "The contemporary residence cost the owner back about $213 per square foot to build, which we’re sure he doesn’t regret one bit as he wakes up every morning with that ocean view."