Integrating greenery into a space can be a tricky endeavor, especially if there is not much room to do so. Studio Guilherme Torres, however, managed to find a way to make this work with the DM House in Brazil.
The back section of the house features a plentiful amount of greenery, which can be seen from the inside through large glass windows, which let in plenty of natural light. This shrubbery is continued in a sense on the inside, with certain objects in the house representing certain pieces of greenery. For example, above the dining room table Studio Guilherme Torres has placed a lamp. When looking straight at it from an angle with the windows in the background, it's easy to see the resemblance with the outside greenery.
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