It is a real gem that offers the Brazilian architect Alessandro Sartore with this beautiful house n in Brazil. Many architects strive to create an interior that blends with the nature that surrounds it but very few take up the challenge as Sartore did here.
Built for a dentist and collector of art, this beautiful house sees in the middle of his living room an imposing and leafy mango tree.
beautiful house whose interior exudes warmth and comfort
The tree in question bears the nickname Bethany and has undoubtedly become the emblem of this house - a tribute to nature! With a hole three meters in diameter, the ceiling concrete allows the mango tree to grow at ease. Taking into account the climate needed for the tree to grow well, the architect made the bold choice not to install air conditioning in this house.
a hole three meters in diameter welcomes the tree
But despite the high temperatures in the summer, the shade of the mango tree and the many glass partitions succeed in protecting the interior from the heat. Pushing the concept of a ecological house further, this beautiful house becomes a real feat that should inspire more than one!
rustic and contemporary marry with subtlety
stone wall and revolving door on shimmering surface
beautiful house overlooked by a very leafy mango tree nicknamed Bethany
rest area of a very rustic look with wood furniture
beautiful house with bay windows overlooking a green garden
design corridor marked by a very efficient neon lighting
beautiful bedroom dotted with furniture from the 50s