Lively Urban Cabin in Brazil Features Nest Beds and a Spherical Shelf Window

by , 06/30/14

Fabio Galeazzo, brazil, hanging nest beds, nest beds, shack, Urban Cabin, Tarsila do Amaral, green design, green renovation, sustainable design, eco-design, bamboo, thermal tiles, spherical book shelf

The Urban Cabin’s interior flooring is comprised of a combination of FSC-certified timber and brown granite. Since the structure sits amidst a shaded woody area, it was treated as a work of art – a la modernist painter Tarsila do Amaral. The bright colored stripes and irregular forms give the youthful home an attractive lift.

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The spherical window doubles as an awesome bookshelf that draws a distinct connection between the interior and exterior, while the lovely hanging nest beds round off the project’s overall sensitivity to and celebration of nature. Outside, nautical, stretchy fabric is used to shelter the owner’s tiny vehicle and the outdoor barbecue is decked out in beautiful tiles. Although this might be a bit bright for some, we absolutely love this home.

+ Fabio Galeazzo

Via Contemporist

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1 Comment

  1. Marcio Coelho April 9, 2014 at 7:27 am

    That is ok if you wanna live on a concept store.

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