Found on Yatzer this beautiful residence is located in São Paulo, Brazil. It’s a two-story private home situated on the 20th floor of an apartment building on Oscar Freire Street. It’s an impressive residence and it’s one of Felipe Hess’s most recent completed projects. The residence was designed for a couple who finally decided it was time to enjoy life after finishing taking care of their children.The couple loves art and they also collect ancient books. As a result, they wanted their home to reflect that and to allow them to admire and enjoy their passion on a daily basis. As you enter, you’re instantly impressed by how spacious this place is. The apartment has no partitions, dividers or separations. It’s a very vast open space. The guests can enter through a tunnel-like corridor an after that they reach the main space.
The corridor was mainly made of Embula wood and has a 2.10 m ceiling. It also features beautiful bronze mirrors and sculptures. From there the guests reach a double height room with crisp white walls and limestone floors. This is the living and dining area. This space and the TV room are connected through the great library.
Overall, the apartment features a décor inspired by the 1950s designs. One of the rooms features a central wooden unit that serves as a background for some of the couple’s artwork. It also incorporated a secret opening to a wine cave. Throughout the apartment there are all sorts of beautiful art pieces that make each room unique.
The upper floor of the apartment houses two bedrooms. However, these rooms have been connected and transformed into a bedroom/lounge area. The apartment is very beautiful and artistic. The interior design is in perfect tone with what the owners wanted and it reflects their personality and passion.