DJ Pil Marques is wildly known as the creator of one of the liveliest after-hours spots in all of São Paulo, Brazil, having opened up Hell’s Club in 1994 and never looking back since. When Brazilian architect Guilherme Torres and his colleagues were asked to decorate his house, they initially thought that it would be easy to help him organize his various collections and adapt the apartment to the likes and taste of his flatmates, artist Daniel Zanardi and DJ Adriana Recchi. But what started as a routine task ended up as an unpredictable adventure. The wide living room, which was originally painted in white, gained welcoming tones of blue and became the perfect background for the owner’s art and vintage furniture, thus creating a strong base that brought together all the different elements of the house. As for Pil’s bedroom, it received a special treatment since it became the ultimate shelter for his most favorite toys. Guilherme Torres’ end goal was to get inside the soul of the owner’s obsessions, adopt his universe, and effortlessly decorate a home that seems strikingly real and impossibly beautiful at the same time.