It’s not all too often that we’ve seen an entire residence draped and clad entirely in wood. Unless it was an original work of art from the 1970’s or 80’s– the days of wood cladding were long gone. Or so we thought. Artist, designer and ‘architect’ Carlos Motta of Brazil has a way with wood that we absolutely love.
This particular São Paulo apartment is one that combines the richness of wood all throughout, and not in the same ways either. Wood grains are running horizontally, vertically, with slats, circular holes drilled through and so much more. The continuous juxtaposition is the true artful design in this home– and though not everything is full of vibrant colors, the variance in wood colors and grains make it just as interesting as the next.