Architect Macelo Montoro from S+A Brazil designed the 'Casa Nova Lima,' a luxury accommodation located in Nova Lima, Brazil. The home's interiors were done by Piantina Architecture's Patricia Salles. Architectural photographer Gustavo Xavier photographed the finished results.
The home is separated into four distinct blocks, which are interconnected through steel material covered in reflective glass. In the middle of the blocks rests a garden and pool area. The first block contains eight suites and a studio, while the second block houses a cinema room and pool. Block three features a kitchen, spa and recreational area. The service quarters are located in the fourth and final block, and include an independent residence for live-in help.
The house also features a tennis court, swimming pool and playground.
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