This São Paulo, Brazil residence was designed by Studio Guilherme Torres to provide uninterrupted flow to the gardens. The interior/exterior separation disappears in the AH House, creating the perfect place to live year-round.
The house sits behind a huge stone wall with the top floor cantilevering slightly out over it on the front. The wall is punctuated with a bright yellow door.
The plant life has grown to blend right in with the structure of the house, softening its right angles.
Pops of yellow pop up on the inside of the house in a multi-panel painting.
In the interior, contemporary pieces of art and furniture are mixed with vintage pieces and family heirlooms.
The vertical slats of dark wood become the backdrop for all of the artwork.
Sliding glass walls disappear as the living room expands out onto the balconies.
Photos by MCA Estudio.