Designed by Ney Lima Architects in Brasilia – Distrito Federal, Brazil, this 570 square meter home spreads over space as well as time. Emerging from the architecture of the 60s, this home combines contemporary appeal with tradition and openness into an exemplary piece of modern Brazilian architecture. Known as Casa Capital, the home showcases straight design lines softened by the color palette and all the light flooding the inspiring interiors. Large sliding doors keep the interiors closely connected to the outdoors, creating a relaxing atmosphere inducing freedom.
Casa Capital references Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer with a series of concrete columns lining and decorating the interiors. Within this geometric volume, a modern social lifestyle unravels under high ceilings. The living space boasts double-height ceilings allowing natural light to infuse this space and create an exemplary play of light and shadow. The functional floor plan provides spaciousness and enough room to make the textures chosen sparkle under carefully placed lights. Casa Capital showcases modern Brazilian architecture while foraying deep into your memory to anchor itself with a bright red glass mosaic coated pool.
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