Monday, 8 February 2010

Interior in Rio by Andre Piva















The interior design of brazilian architect Andre Piva's house have been predetermined by the wonderful surroundings. Huge windows along the perimeter of the house open onto a magnificent view of Rio de Janeiro, a wide bay and the Corcovado Mountain. Inside, stone, glass and iron have mainly been used. Leather and wood add coziness to the interior. Andre's passion for chairs is obvious: there are plenty of them in the house. The prevailing tone of black and white range is enhanced by contrast colored spots. Artistic atmosphere is reinforced by the many paintings in modern style.

Photography by Agi Samoes

5 comments:

Jürgen said...

The house is so magnígica as the landscape that is visible on the outside.
They are gorgeous photos ...
Best Regards

Lynne said...

how great is this space! makes me want to hit the beach - it's snwing here:)

red ticking said...

hello cristelle... i have nominated you for kreativ blogger award... i have been reading your blog since the day i began and truly you are so talented... so deserving of this award....

you reveal 7 things about yourself and then pass onto 7 of your choosing...

x pam

Renee Finberg said...

i love ' HIP.'
and this is hip and gorgeous.
xx

ashlina said...

can i please live here????
love your blog...

will be following.xo

ashlina
secretsofdomesticbliss.blogspot.com