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Inside A Brazilian Art Collector House With a Surprising Pool

Art collector, when it come to designing a new home, are only looking for the best kind of housing.

When the owners of this breathtaking, two-floor apartment in Vila Nova Conceição, an upscale neighborhood in Sao Paolo, Brazil, commissioned Brazilian architect Fernanda Marques to renovate their home, they asked for two things: adequate space to properly display their burgeoning art collection and a swimming pool.

Inside A Brazilian Art Collector House With a Surprising Pool

Beyond the art pieces, their home is rich with luxury furniture such as coffee and side tables, and other exclusive design items.

Inside A Brazilian Art Collector House With a Surprising Pool

The furniture design here is incredible.

The home decor, through architecture, art selection and the overall interior design, is magnificent.

Inside A Brazilian Art Collector House With a Surprising Pool

The bedroom overs a central view over the apartment.

Inside A Brazilian Art Collector House With a Surprising Pool

Somewhere between a side and coffee table, this wooden furniture fits perfectly in here.

 

For more inspiration, read: Jonathan Adler and his designs.

Separated by 8cm-thick bonded glass panels, the slender, 10-metre-long pool stretches along the entire length of the double-height living room, functioning in effect as a peculiar aquarium, only instead of tropical fish or dolphins swimming in the turquoise waters, you can watch someone you know twirl, spin and glide underwater.

This exceptionally surreal sensation is enhanced by the lush vegetation that grows on top of the pool making it more of an art installation and indeed less of a swimming pool.

There are multiple art pieces all over the place.

One could argue that a center table could fit in here, yet it is lovely already.

The bathroom has a unique feeling to offer.

 

For more inspiration, read: Jonathan Adler and his designs.

Thank you for reading!

Source: Yatzer.

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