Brazilian artist, designer and architect Carlos Motta designed an unusual residence, completely sewn up with natural wood. Located in São Paulo, Brazil, this apartment combines a wealth of wood finishes, all-consuming comfort and a mystery to unravel.
Monochrome wood trim remained in the 70s-80s of the last century. But the Brazilian architect gave this trend a modern sound.
The structure of the tree, running horizontally, vertically and obliquely, creates spatial dynamics and enlarges the premises at the level of sensations. Tall windows scale the space and provide plenty of natural light.
Dark woody tones create coziness and intimacy, while cute vintage or contrasting modern details animate the setting, leveling out the concept's monumentality.
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