There’s something undeniably retro about this new home designed by Brazilian firm mf+arquitetos. Sure, the furniture is clearly vintage, but those rough stone accent walls feel straight up mid century, not to mention the undeniable preponderance of warm-hued wood.
The space is dominated by timber panelling for the ceiling, shelves, and perforated wooden screens that cast a chequered light over the interior and can pivot to open the living room up to the yard beyond.
But the home combines its old-school elements with more contemporary-feeling touches, too. Its entire back wall is made of windows which fully open onto a living wall covered with ferns, essentially extending the home into the outdoors — via Curbed