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Casa das Gerais by Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados

Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados designed a home for an art collector in Nova Lima, Brazil.
















Project description

The concept of this project came from the desire that this house would have plenty of space for contemplation.

First the house was aiming to host and expose a collection of contemporary art, and second, because the local area is blessed with spectacular scenery, it should be brought into the house in all the rooms, and especially the kitchen because food is also a focus of interest of the owner.

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Design: Denise Macedo Arquitetos Associados

Photography by Gustavo Xavier


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