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Monday
Feb152016

Brazilian beauty

Sitting proudly on the rise with its face turned to the sun is the striking Quinta da Baroneza House by São Paulo-based Candida Tabet Arquitetura. Massive spans and a play of horizontal against vertical elements characterise the design.  Sun kissed, open and generous. A true Brazilian beauty.

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Wednesday
Feb032016

Moody Brazilian

The palette is restrained, black, neutrals, wood tones except for the flashes of yellow and gold. Spaces within the open plan room are defined by ceiling heights and furniture groupings while layers of texture prevent the whole from being sterile. Moody, masculine, urban, polished, Brazilian. Itacolomi Apartment 445 by São Paulo-based architect Diego Revollo.

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Monday
Feb012016

Courtyard apartment

There is something about Brazilian design. Fresh, young, a little bit cheeky, accessible but definitely not cookie cutter. Love the transition of the floor treatments between kitchen and living room and the touches of retro. Apartamento do Pátio in São Paulo by Felipe Hess.

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Thursday
Jan142016

A master suite by Gisele Taranto

This master suite is what Gisele Taranto came up with for Casa Cor 2013. The space was designed for a couple who value intimacy and privacy, and is therefore TV-less! It brings together the indoors and outdoors with floor to ceiling glass dorrs between the bedroom and terrace, and a skylight above the shower area. This is a dreamy bedroom suite, whose bathroom alone is larger than my bedroom. *sigh* (More of Gisele's work can be found here and here)

Thursday
Jan142016

Depth and reflection

Brazilian architect/designer Gisele Taranto went a little cray cray at this year's Casa Cor design competition. Lab LZ by GT is this space consisting of 3 sectors: lounge, working and library. And all of them are set upon a suspended glass floor filled with mirror shards in the space between the existing subfloor and the glass...thus bringing together the concept of depth and reflection. Now that's creative. I don't think I could live with a floor like that but what an interesting concept! (The leather Lego sofa from estudiobola is fantastic!)

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