The house of architect Fabio Marins and leather possibilities
If every house has a history, the home of architect Fabio Marins is an autobiography. In the same neighborhood where he already lived, it's built mostly with recovered and reused materials, enhancing their natural aesthetics.
Exposed brick walls, windows of different sizes and shapes, objects that have changed function, plants — lots of plants — and furniture that doesn't age turn a demolished building into a real home.
Positioned right in a spot of natural light, a rib Eames Chair is disputed by the architect's dogs, who understand comfort. Also in the living room, two other leather director chairs close the environment that unites nature, receptivity, and unique designs.
From there, it's already possible to see the kitchen, the fireplace, and an extremely inviting backyard. The guests never want to leave.
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