In this post we would like to present a 1980 home renovation completed by Brazilian architect David Guerra. According to the architects’ description, “one of the main wishes was to make the interior/exterior integration bigger, making the garden participate in the day-by-day of the house, bringing more light to the rooms that used to be too dark. Another important point was to make this house more modern, giving new spaces and new way to use them, compatible with a new lifestyle and a new epoque of new residents. Integrate spaces, destroy walls, transform doors, windows and attach protection covering, substitute products, recuperate structures, new electric, new hydraulic, new illumination, an atelier, a wine cellar, gourmet kitchen, bathroom, sauna, deck and pool. The reconstruction was huge. Natural characteristic, neutral and raw tones give coziness. Furniture with the bottom distant from the floor, that goes from the stick feet and armchairs, and acrilic chairs have the intention to make the spaces bigger, light and fluid. The mix of styles, which goes from the 50’s, pass by the classics, ethnics, contemporaries, are incremented with Brazilian references”.  Have a look and let us know what you think!