February 7, 2018

3 Tricked-Out Living Spaces

Take a deep-dive into tricked-out living spaces that make room for novel amenities.

Portland, Oregon residence by Skylab Architecture. Photography by Jeremy Bittermann.

1. Firm: Skylab Architecture

Site: Portland, Oregon

Recap: Work meets play in this warehouse turned home, which boasts an indoor skate park alongside studio space for artists in residence to record music and embark on other creative pursuits.

São Paulo, Brazil residence by Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados. Photography by Filippo Bamberghi.

2. Firm: Fernanda Marques Arquitetos Associados

Site: São Paulo, Brazil

Recap: The resident’s dream of having a swimming pool in his apartment inspired this front-and-center arrangement. The minimalist interior also incorporates ample visual breathing room for his growing art collection.

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil residence by MPG Arquitetura. Photography by Leonardo Finotti.

3. Firm: MPG Arquitetura

Site: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Recap: A Porsche collector’s glass-wrapped living room affords drop-dead views in two directions, with the verdant mountains of Rio de Janeiro on one side and drive-in gallery of classic cars on the other. The paint color of the garage exterior was chosen to match one favored by the auto maker.

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