A Le Corbusier chaise longue invites guests to relax in front of the stunning panoramic view.  Photo 4 of 6 in Where the Wild Things Aren't
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Despite being meticulously maintained, bits of unruly vegetation find their way onto the house’s pristine concrete walls.  Photo 6 of 6 in Where the Wild Things Aren't
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Vaz’s father’s restrained aesthetic is carried in the interior design scheme, which is reserved to the point of being austere. The light-colored, knotted wood provides a desirable warmth to the sparsely decorated space, which doesn’t in any way aim to compete with the outdoor scenery. Portuguese designer Álvaro Siza’s Lorosae pendant lamp bathes the simply furnished kitchen in warm light.  Photo 5 of 6 in Where the Wild Things Aren't
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