The brazilian architect Isay Weinfeld designed this house for a graphic designer in São Paulo with a studio situated below street level opening into a garden.
Called Sumaré House and completed in 2007, the two-storey house features a studio and a long étagère to display the owners work.
The project also includes a space for ballet and a swimming pool on the upper floor, next to the clients bedroom.
With intense care for details, the Sumaré House, is a perfect example for open minded clients that can materialize in open spaces, and a improved lifestyle overall. Although the finishing materials are not what you can call “expensive” what the architect created with them yells out “style”.