Showing posts from July, 2011

Ole Ole Ole!

Here are the last of the photos from the main bedroom in the Spanish apartment featured on Monday and Tuesday this week, with its own bathroom dressing-room. Sleek, white, lacquered wardrobes.... A large dose of black tries to balance with the bright, white surroundings... Photography by Luis H Segovia Designed by A-cero architects. Have a great weekend and thanks for reading : )

Ole Ole!

Shining steel balls break the monotony of the dominant white colour in this Spanish apartment I featured yesterday, designed by A-cero architects. The apartment has an elongated kitchen which continues with the monochrome theme and fluid lines.... Photography by Luis H Segovia


This 250 m2 duplex apartment at the top of a 30-year-old block of flats in a residential part of Galicia, Spain is a second home for a Madrid-based family.  The property has undergone a massive transformation, especially considering the age of the property and the fact that it had a problem with light.  The architects, A-cero , have improved every aspect including space planning, light and design. Sculptural stairs... Original art pieces by painter Mercedes Rodriguez Photography by Luis H Segovia

Art in Brazil

In the lower level of the Brazilian home featured for the past two days the art-loving owner has commissioned a huge gallery for his art collection.  Communication between the various levels of the residence is made by a central core that contains a lift which connects directly the first floor of the gallery to the residential floor and the mezzanine level of the gallery to the garage level. Inside the spacious, bright art gallery... The JE house in Vale dos Cristais, Nova Lima, MG, Brazil, designed by Humberto Hermeto . Photography by Jomar Braganca Have a great weekend.  Thanks for reading : )

Brazilian Views

Here's more from the Brazilian home I featured yesterday.  From every room one sees the mountains, and your eyes can feast on the beautiful views.

Brazilian Beauty

This Brazilian home, built over 3160 square metres on irregular terrain contains five spacious suites, and a large gallery for the art loving owner.  Designed by Humberto Hermeto   the JE House in Vale dos Cristais, Nova Lima is built on land which varies in height up to 10 metres, calling on the architect's skills to make it work at all levels. This large, open living space leads to a large deck, pool and garden areas. The concrete-built structure lies low with a distinct, contemporary look.