Sao Paolo House Connects With The Natural Landscape

One of the biggest challenges in the architects’ world is projecting their own house. But for architect Deborah Roig this has been a dream came true, having the possibility of letting her mind free while gathering all the things she liked into her own place. And this is how her beautiful Sao Paolo House appeared. Looking more like a holiday residence, the house is spectacular, taking advantage of the great Brazilian weather.

The outside center point of attraction is definitely the infinity-edge pool, with two palm trees aside, conferring shadows to the lounge chairs placed beneath. But for an even greater outdoor experience, the pool features a comfty lounge where people can hang out with all the water surrounding and no chance for them to get wet.

Gravel on the bathroom floor, earth tones for interiors and wood furniture contribute to the connection established with nature. After all, each room is set on having a relaxed style, with extremely beautiful views over the landscape outside.

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