The cheerful brightness of this Brazilian home is like a refreshing sip of a sunny spring day, isn’t it? It is a miniature urban house, a project of , which is turned into an artistic expression of light independent united for relaxation and enjoyment.
The house located in Sao Paulo has an unusual configuration. With its reverse inhibition zones – private area on the first floor social on second – with its artistic facade lattice that ensures ventilation, style, and artistry for the interior, with its play of voids and solids. That leads to unique and intriguing character. The house may not be very rich in space, gardens and views but is full of sunlight – check the fresh and warm bathroom space, illuminated from above – very roman-bath-like, with fresh green life: roof terraces, hidden corners and balconies and vital green accents throughout the house; and with abundance of light, thoughtful details and soft textures.
Contemporary shapes in black, red and gray fill the premises corresponding with the young, dynamic style and the whole concept. The exposed brick walls and smooth wooden finishes bring comfort and deep texture for space. Black metal frames the premises juxtaposed to the white stylistic of the furnishing and textiles and cleverly supplemented by the decorative art details and fittings. Young, cozy and inviting this home may not be the typical representative of Brazilian luxury but sure it is stylish and perfectly fitting with modern city life. Photography: Maíra Acayaba