This home is based in Bragança Paulista and had a unique brief — to stand out from its neighboring homes but to also fit in with its surroundings. The result is a countryside condominium that splits living areas into three separate barns, with the living, bedroom and kitchen areas all in their own areas.
The brief also called for a soft coziness synonymous with country living, using rustic woods and a selection of furniture that was purchased from a variety of worldwide locations. Take a look through the gallery to see the space for yourself.
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