Completed in 2016, the 410-square-meter OF House by São Paulo–based Studio Otto Felix is a study in balance. A rich material palette of stone and wood blends elegance with simplicity, while moveable glass walls blur the lines between interior and exterior spaces.
Designed with entertaining in mind, the home’s primary kitchen and dining areas spill out into the lush, surrounding nature while slatted wood doors conceal additional living and dining areas, as well as a master suite and guest quarters.
"The idea was to translate the cosmopolitan life [and integrate] spaces, ideal to welcome people over," explains principal architect Otto Felix. "Besides that, we decided to add a modern atmosphere which values nature."
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Architect of Record: Studio Otto Felix (@ottofelix)
Interior Design: Tici Andriani
Landscape Design: Daniel Nunes Paisagismo
Biological Pool: Genesis Ecossistemas
Woodwork: Terra Conttemporânea
Lighting: Vertz Iluminação
Marble: Pedra Grande Marmoraria
Furnishings: Casual Móveis
Floors and Coverings: Unique Revestimentos
Basins and Faucets: Deca, Docol
Frames: Excellent Esquadrias
Artwork: Galeria Eduardo Fernandes
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