The popularity of designing outdoor spaces that look more like interior living rooms has soared, thanks to furniture and textiles that can stand up to the sun and rain -- and look beautiful at the same time. Designer Fernanda Marques blurred these lines even further when she created the stunning Loft 24-7 at the Casa Cor Exhibition in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The Pinnacle List shared photos of this serene space, and we are just in awe.
The 2,700-square-foot bungalow has seamless transitions between indoors and nature, allowing tons of sunlight to pour in. Elements like pools of water, polished wood, and fixtures in steel, stone and glass complete the look. Low, modern furniture, which take note from architect Mies van der Rohe, create lounge areas where we wouldn't mind relaxing. We particularly love how Marques uniquely installed books into shelves, which act as exciting textural wall art.
Click through the photos of this stunner below, and head over to The Pinnacle List for more information.
For even more photos of Marques' design, be sure to flip through our slideshow below courtesy of The Pinnacle List.
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