Sunday, June 12, 2011

Space Invader House

Studio Guilherme Torres designed the LA House for a young couple who wanted to eliminate the small spaces and the traditional partitions in their existing 4,400 sq ft (410 sq m) condominium in Londrina, Brazil.

Passing through the main gate, visitors walk by the pool and arrive at the double-height atrium, which connects the entire house. Pivoting glass doors provide a way indoors, where an all-white living room area is located. It's impossible not to reminiscence about your childhood as you see the Space Invader stickers on the wall.

The kitchen and dining room are perfectly integrated into the open-plan environment. Even the bathroom has been designed to double as a pool changing room.

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