Brazilian Urban Cabin Proposes A New Way Of Living


This Urban Cabin was designed by Fabio Galeazzo in Sao Paulo, Brazil and it has quite an interesting story, as before there was nothing but an old abandoned house. With many improvements, both on the outside and on the inside, the cabin looks at its best today. The old structured was improved with framework of giant bamboo beams and columns and on the rood there are thermal tiles, which makes everything take a very green turn.

Colors appear to be very important, as there are so many and they feel so fun, as it looks like this project was thought as a playful one. In the living space, a special place to relax, reading a book was created by adding a circular bookcase of the wall and hanging a comfortable fort. Furnishings are colorful, here and there the art in incorporated as painting on the walls or as objects of decoration and the bathrooms are the only ones keeping it a more serious modern style.

In the end, the Urban Cabin proposes a new way of living gathering interesting elements in an environment that definitely feels like at home.

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