The Ana Paula Barros 'Loft Bauhaus' is a glittering glass getaway that takes open concept to a whole new level. The strong linear architecture is balanced by the inclusion of organic materials such as exposed stone, sustainable wood and metal.
While the various living spaces are divided by brick walls and arranged furniture, the residence itself is breezy and unrestricted. The kitchen leads straight into the dining room and the bathroom is integrated into the bedroom, with only the toilet being isolated. The unobstructed layout allows home owners to travel throughout the space as they perform their day-to-day functions.
The crystal clear walls and sliding glass panels creates the feeling of being in the middle of a vast forest. Although privacy is a concern, many home owners are itching to reconnect with nature in the comforts of their living room.
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