Alain Brugier

Posted on Tue, 11 Dec 2012 by KiM

The more photos I come across from Brazil, the more I want to finally visit this gorgeous country. The landscape is breathtaking, and it’s inhabitants seem to be a creative, non-trend-following bunch of really cool people (holla at all our Brazilian followers!). After having a looksie through the portfolio of photographer Alain Brugier, I am putting a trip to Brazil high on my bucket list.

Lyn says:

Elegant and personal; what fabulous style!

Shane says:

Pictures 4 and 5 are about as dreamy as it gets. So much oxygen and space to breathe it in. Beautiful.

Oi ! (No hablamos espanol en Brasil… ) Concrete and glass, surrounded by tropical vegetation, always lots of white walls, a mix of natural materials (look at that wood table) contemporary furniture+ ethnic sculptures + some antiques and old stuff. This mix is so Brazilian ! Love your blog girls !

Patrice says:

Farewell to Oscar Niemeyer but he has many disciples who are following closely behind. Totally livable, totally cozy and still totally cool. I am a huge fan of decor fusion and this is a great example.

oregonbird says:

I'm going to Brazil for the art! And the pointy hills — what's up with that?

Cris says:

I live in Rio de Janeiro, the Wonderful City! Come visit us! Brazil is a country with very warm and endless natural beauty!

Melanie says:

Love every inch! Particularly the kitchen/bar table and the orange bedroom. Great post!

Marcela says:

You will be a nice stay in Brazil. Big and beautifull country in South America.
We speak portuguese here not spanish.
See ya !
Love your blog .

Mary says:

Ola from Sao Paulo, Brasil!
And, yes, there is a tremendous amount of creativity and style here. I cannot imagine the cost of this house and the items within. It's just so stunning, an elegant mix of man-made and natural beauty. Wish I could move right in…

Brikka says:

Infinity pool + mountains = breathtaking. Note to Portuguese-speaking folk – Kim didn't mean "hola" (Spanish); she typed "holla" ( But I understand the confusion!

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