Gislene Lopes reinvented the personality of this home by employing a palette of strong colors and intriguing textures. Located in a building planned by architect Oscar Niemeyer in the central region of Belo Horizonte, Brazil, each of the interiors is well individualized, yet the transition between spaces is smooth:

“The choice of design pieces, like the lamp of Micasa and Charles Eames chair, and the use of straight and sober lines create a harmony with the overall playful aspect. The parquet flooring mahogany wood in the original field of the apartment has been maintained and restored“.