In the house of architect Pedro Useche

Posted on Fri, 28 Oct 2011 by midcenturyjo

Architect and furniture designer Pedro Useche has created this open plan home, his own, settled in a lush tropical garden in São Paulo, Brazil. The Venezuelan designer surrounds himself with his own furniture pieces as well as mid century classics but what I love most is the riot of art that brings life, an extrovert personality to the large white spaces that are a perfect counterfoil to the vibrant green surrounds. A home full of discoveries for the eye. I can imagine walking in and racing from spot to spot exploring all the treasures of a creative mind. The wonderful photography is by Fran Parente.






Nuria says:

I like it a lot! Not only the architecture of the house, which is amazing, or the furniture. I like it because it is a house that tells the story of its owner. Full of pieces of his life!

I just can't get past the first picture of the garden, I want one just like that!!! I'm a huge fan of Brazilian architecture and design they have some great talents.

Julia says:

I´m from Venezuela! beautiful house!

Anna says:

Love details… book shelves and hooks for hats, umbrella, etc….

sasha says:

where in the world did he find those beautiful wall pegs? anyone know? cause i'm buyin' if they are available!!

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