Eco-luxury winter loft in Sao Paulo

Fernanda Marques a Brazil based architect studio designed this luxury sustainable winter loft for the Casa Cor 2010 exhibit in Sao Paulo. Described as, “A house that expands your horizons, that doesn’t confine, that is virtually and concretely open to the world, nature and its inhabitants. Fernanda Marques’s project for the Casa Cor 2010 exhibit was inspired by sustainability issues. All of the coverings, both internally and externally, were executed in recycled wood, as well as all the furniture, which carry the green seal representing the company’s commitment to the environment.

The lighting they adopted was the highly-efficient LED system, to lower energy consumption. Emblematically, the tree trunks originally from Bahia became the buildings supporting pillars. From a conceptual point of view the eco-friendly 2,228 square feet (207 square meters) loft was designed as a single open-plan space with a great lounge, containing a living room, gourmet kitchen, bar and video hall, all designed to meet the needs of a hectic family’s everyday life. Via

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