The large amount of natural light allowed the abusive use of coating materials such as wooden walls of sustainable management in balsam color and cement floor burned, conferring modernity and boldness to the place. The property has been decorated with a mix of furniture design contemporary in contrast to raw wood on the walls and furniture distributed along to the environment.
In the living, there is an angled couch which was designed by the office and received several pads of different textures. Tord Boontje armchair marks its presence in the room where dual banking logs floats near to the huge red carpet. In the black glass dining room table there is a sculpture by Gaetano Pesce, and at the bottom of the frame a hyperrealist paint by Rodolfo Valdez surprising perspective. The final touch is up to the trio of black and gold chandeliers and the conceptual centerpiece of the Italian designer Gaetano Pesce.
The master bedroom interior reveals the whole vision in tune with the house. Details in the decoration prevail welcoming details as the head covered with straw silk. The striped bedspread and the African frame on the wall united with the Ingo Mauer lamp bring the boldness of the living but with a cleaner touch. Spacious, the room is integrated through the bathroom door mirror large.
The bathroom has concrete used in walls, floors and countertops which give us a contrast and draws attention to the synthetic marble.Location: São Paulo, Brazil Designer: Fábio Galeazzo
Project name: Urban Forest Year: 2011 Photos: Marco Antônio