Miami-based design studio Roye went for a simple subdued palette and a striking metallic fixture in the entry of this master suite.
With a yellow Bubble sofa and an acrobatic sculpture, designer Jesus Pacheco plays with the stereotypical dude dwelling. The walls are clad in Dekton by Costentino in Kairos for high contrast.
Tatiana C. Moreira designed an elevated kitchen/living area with upholstered seating and contemporary lighting.
Moniomi design studio had a modern take on the gym, inspired by the training and relaxation venues of the classic times.
For the art lover, Allan Malouf created a chic space featuring the work work of painters Antonio Peticov, Claudio Tozzi and Luiz Aquila. The neutral palette keeps the focus on the art.
Inês Martin envisioned an executive for her combined bathroom, meditation space and closet. The result is a blend of materials with a calming effect. “I imagine my client chanting mantras while getting ready to a busy day,” she says Martins.
Guardini Stancati Interior Design created this bedroom using the principles of Ayurveda with light, neutral shades and warm woods.
D’Apostrophe Design created a fitting tribute to Le Corbusier with this personal study space. The colors echo the bold scheme of Maison La Roche, the Parisian villa the designer designed in 1923. The firm keeps the modernist vibe perfect everywhere else.
A cross between Rio and Miami, this is a tropical turn by Alberto Salaberri has it all figured out a mix of linen, rattan, bamboo and chilled-out furnishings.
Resourceful design: two shipping containers were used to create this contemporary garden space with all the creature comforts. Leo Shehtman also had custom floor lamps made for the project.