Mauricio Arruda’s eponymous firm deals in architecture, interiors, product design, and temporary environment design. He is a strong force in the contemporary architecture and design scene of Sao Paulo, where he is based, and also has an interest in social design issues and sustainability. His creations are clean and bold, based on white, and then punctuated with color. These three interior shots are representative of his lively aesthetic, each with distinct Colourlovers palettes.
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