The homeowner of this small minimalist house in Sao Paolo, Brazil, has an highlighted passion for minimalist, simple and elegant shapes. Actually, he is an architect, as well as honored furniture make and his name is Guilherme Torres. Inside the modern interior, Torres holds a real jewel – a collection of Brazilian Sculptor Victor Brecheret. You can almost imagine how simplicity matches perfectly with art items in an impressive design that excites.
The minimalist house is relatively small, only 1 400 square feet. Yet, it has everything needed in it but let’s have a closer look inside the place.
Right at the very entrance of the house, there is a neon sign that says: “land of the free home of the brave”. As a doormat, you can find a skull and crossbones that welcome the visitors. What a pirate welcoming, isn’t it? Now, pay attention to the swinging front door. Its made of the same wooden material like the bathrooms ceiling.
This particular wooden material has been chosen in order to stop the sunrays, of course, not completely but only softening them. This specific material is a registered trademark of Torres’. It is not only very attractive but it also contributes to the overall minimalist interior impression inside the house.
The minimalist interior design of this small house is a perfect example of the 2014 trends in the world of design. The walls, ceilings and floor are painted in white colors and other light pale nuances, while some of the elements in furniture put an accent on contrast. For example, the black minimalist table and the ultra-modern chair beside are those that make the visual opposition. On the other hand, a colorful splash of innovation is achieved by using the joyful fabrics of the giant circle sitting furniture.
From this point of view, you can see the path to a large courtyard. Inside the living areas simplicity and functionality live together in a perfect harmony.
The homeowner is a person that travels a lot and has the convenience of being well grounded in multicultural traditions. That’s why he keeps several different types of items, that hide different cultural influences.
The eccentric interior decisions continue in this part of the small minimalist house. The neon artwork here and at the main entrance is installed by Pinky Wainer.
Torres is very pretentious when is up to collecting a book for his own library. Every present one is carefully chosen not only for its content but also by its aesthetic abilities.
Having this tour around Toress’s house we realize that the homeowner has a passion for minimalist interiors, where he could spend pleasant hours with his friends and share endless thoughts about tattoos, electronic music and street art. Simplicity was an essential part of creating the proper atmosphere and inspiring the occupants for memorable gatherings.
Here, you will find a splash of orange, that provokes with its freshness. Actually, such kind of colorful accents can be found in the kitchen, dining area and bedroom. They are great, because the add some kind of dynamics and excitement in the sterile minimalist interior of the small house.