A whole lotta love

Friday, 23 January 2015

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Designed by Brazilian architect Felipe Hess, this bright and spacious apartment is located in a 1960's modernist building in São Paulo.  Yeah yeah the light-filled space, limited colour palette, clean lines and the like … I'm just diggin' all those classics.  I spy Le Corbusier, Hans Wegner and a whole lotta Jean Prouvé;  I just hope all these chairs are loved, enjoyed and, most importantly, sat on.


  1. There are so many great chairs here, its no wonder you so love it! Wegner CH24 Wishbone's and Prouve Standard's awe aside (like we could even put that aside) the placement of everything is just perfection. Love.

    1. I agree … the balance is just right!

  2. I really like this design of Sir Felipe Hess. I am a minimalist and for me, less is beautiful. The free space is just too cool as a working environment plus the color of the home office furniture balance its simplicity and reflect a sophisticated look in a minimal way. Thank you very much for sharing this wonderful home office design idea.

  3. The entertainment wall units is a wonderful looking modern solution to home tv unit storage. The four compartments, two drawers and a lower open compartment with enough space for CDs, DVDs or books. The open areas below or the top surface are perfect for displaying audio and visual equipment. Scandinavian design wall units with a retro flair.



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