Although this apartment is situated in a modernist building constructed in the late ‘60s, in the heart of the bustling Brazilian city of Belo Horizonte, you wouldn’t know it after crossing the threshold.
Designed by Juliana Lima Vasconcellos with a reconfigured open space that integrates the outdoors and indoors, it feels more like a house than an apartment. Being on the first floor of the complex helped, as the home has the luxury of being surrounded by an open private area.
CREDIT: FILIPPO BAMBERGHI
This article was previously published on Home&Decor.