Brazilian editor and stylesetter Fabrizio Rollo apartment

This is the home of Brazilian editor and style-setter Fabrizio Rollo. It’s a lovely apartment located in Sao Paulo. As expected, the interior design is quite unique. It features an eclectic approach, with influences from different periods, with different patterns and color palettes. The effect is bold and eye-catching and, even though there are a lot of styles in there, they all work beautifully together.

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The apartment is surprisingly colorful and bold, if we compare it with Fabrizio Rollo’s neutral appearance. The apartment covers a total area of 3,200 square feet. It’s located in a 10-story building that dates from the 1960s. It’s a modernist building that, despite its age, keeps up with the times. The apartment is located in a fashionable district of Sao Paulo. The location is very beautiful, but the interior is indeed very surprising.

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The interior design of the apartment combines influences from three important periods. There’s the 19th century that for Rollo is almost synonym with Napoleon III and an amazing and imposing style, the 30s that the owner also loves, especially Maison Jansen, and there’s also the 70s, the period in which he was born and thus has a lot of importance for him. Rollo loves all three periods and everything related to them and has no problem mixing them. Of course, it takes talent to be able to do and to also create a beautiful and stylish composition, but he doesn’t lack that either.{found on elle}.