For those who have ever wondered what the home of an innovative, highly sought after architect would look like, the home of Pedro Useche will give you a pretty good idea. Useche likes his crib with lots of storage space.
The Venezualan born, Brazilian bred architect and furniture design guru recently let the kind people at Desire to Inspire into his Sao Paulo home to give fans and colleagues a closer look at how he stays on the cutting edge, and what went into designing his own dwelling.
With copious amounts of head space thanks to the high ceilings, an abundance of outdoor green space and walls covered with new and kitsch artwork, it is no wonder that Pedro Useche is living in a pampered pad.
Built in the middle of a tropical garden, Useche drew inspiration for his eccentric abode from antiques and post-modern art, while staying as true as possible to the home's classic mid-century design.
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Venezualan Architect Pedro Useche Shows Off Luxurious Living
- By: Taylor KeefeNov 5, 2011