Studio ALBUS Design took our breath away with a challenge impressed by Brazilian tradition. Gathered round one hundred fifty kilos of bananas celebrating artist Carmen Miranda´s affect on cultural variety, a set of rigorously chosen ornamental parts create a Latin-impressed house consolation. Encouraging this radical aesthetic innovation began by Carmen Miranda, the design created by architect Henrique Steyer and designer Felipe Rijo, of ALBUS Design was imagined to embody the house owners´ vital paintings and antiques assortment â the drawings by Djanira within the wall over the couch share the area with a portray by Di Cavalcanti and the cocoon-formed sculpture by Siron Franco â in addition to an fascinating assortment of feather artwork displayed all through. Baroque saints and silver torches subsequent to an vintage mirror steal the highlight as soon as you bought used to the bananas: Sure, we’ve bananas! That’s how we sum up this challenge in Porto Alegre, southern Brazil. Impressed within the Brazilian tradition and its many influences, this front room is an instance of Brazil´s cultural variety. Simply because the Brazilian individuals is a results of miscegenation, the creation of this dwelling was a seek for the right combine. Henrique traveled with the house proprietor to New York, Miami and Rio de Janeiro, on the lookout for an primarily latin concord.