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Apartment in Sao Paulo

This Sao Paulo apartment is a fresh reminder about how successful simplicity can be. No frills necessary, just thoughtful design. Architect Alan Chu chose to use ceramic ventilation bricks (cobog√≥) as building blocks for walls and furniture in this home – the idea came out of budgetary necessity but on top of that it pays homage to modernist Brazilian architecture. It’s always cool to change the context of a widely used building material.

(It almost looks like wallpaper if you squint your eyes!)

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