Terra E Tuma Architects in Brazil created an amazing bachelor-esque style residence in Sao Paulo, called the Maracanã House. The home is a seemingly grey structure that is all built of concrete blocks with large openings for the dark metal framed glazing.
The interior of the Maracanã House is seemingly serene, for a space that is mainly constructed of concrete. The outdoor natural elements are brought in through the vast open spaces, and the interior architectural details are comprised of open and airy urban details. Pops of color and rich woods bring warmth to the interior, and collections of grouped objects make it all feel like home. The exterior features an Alexandre Mancini original ceramic artwork suspended from the upper level, just to preface the overall mood of the home once indoors.