mf+arquitetos' 'house of jabuticabeiras'
Family owned and operated in the heart of São Paulo, mf+arquitetos applies the concept of open space and natural Brazilian materials to achieve ultimate harmony between interior and exterior in their design projects.
Epitomized within their 2020 'house of jabuticabeiras' project, the property seamlessly integrates the interior with the exterior through a spacious design enhanced by adjustable wooden louvers, allowing an occupant to literally open their home up as needed. Combined with the purity of the interior's organic materials, heavily featuring natural looking wood and genuine leather furniture, the home as a whole embraces the outdoors for a space that constantly looks sun-soaked & airy from every angle.
Within the interior design, the home's natural aesthetic is enhanced by applauded contemporary leather pieces like Sergio Rodrigues' 1960s 'Poltrona Mole' chair. Created through unstructured organic forms and finished in subtle brown leather, the chair's relaxed style embrace's the home's attitude.
You can catch other contemporary pieces in the space from Rodrigues' nephew and mentee, Fernando Mendes ― known for similarly constructed modern furniture that optimize the relationship between woodwork and leathercraft within sleek, singular designs.
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