Could you go all out geometric?

At the start of the week you're a allowed to go a little all out don't you think?! That's why I wanted to share this home in The Jardine district of Sao Paulo with you. The space belongs to a young lawyer who returned to Brazil after a spate in Italy.  He commissioned famous architect Filipe Hess to renovate his newly acquired apartment to it's orginal 1950's former glory and at the same time reflect the relaxed European lifestyle he so enjoyed in Italy. The result is a beautiful mix of mid-century and industrial. And not a corner without a geometric pattern of some sort. Kind of cool don't you think?

AD. Photographer: Filippo Bamberghi. Architect Filipe Hess

I am in love with the kitchen and bathroom floor, how about you? You can source geometric floor tiles here (any other tips?). 

Or  simply add some patterned accessories from the likes of Norsu or OYOY.  And for the colour shy and the non-comitted I came across this fab monochrome  peel and stick, removable honeycomb wallpaper

For a Scandinavian take on the mid-century / geometric trend it's worth taking a peek at this home here in Malmö. 

Have a lovely day!


  1. Agreed Niki, those floors are amazing. And also the combination of vintage things and how the space is soooo open.. One can feel some kind of freedom there ^_^

    Happy Monday,

  2. What a fab space! Another very masculine space. I do love the floors, but my favourite things are the wooden candlesticks on the sideboard.

  3. i love it. Specially the head of the bed <3

  4. Great space, I think the kitchen floor would be a little too much for me, there is a lot of going on. But I love the other rooms of the apartment, especially the sitting room.

  5. wow, looks really beautiful, great job. agree with you, floor tiles are super nice, and I love those '60s style furniture. Also, it's my favorite combination, concrete with the modern style and white walls, like the kitchen is done.

  6. That piece of concrete wall is pretty awesome!

  7. I wouldn't like this much pattern but I have Myles-Irlem Syndrome so my eyes do weird things all by themselves!


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