The ultra modern AQH apartment located in São Paulo, Brazil is one of those spaces that truly redefines a genre of living. Merging clean lines with open natural lighting, the home manages to avoid the minimalist trap of looking overly sterile.
Coletivo Architects who looked after the home’s design deserve a lot of the credit for this with an interior that uses knocked down walls to create a better flow and flood in of natural lighting. From here on in, the 500 square metre space utilises the best in nature to really light up the balcony with a wall of green that engulfs an outdoor seating area.
Other key elements of the home includes designer artwork, exposed concrete ceilings, limestone, stainless steel and oakwood. There’s even a private television room which can be closed off from the main living area to free up space. This is nature in the big smoke done right.