When someone says “studio apartment” I often envision a poor post-college grad sleeping on a futon in a 500-square foot room with a refrigerator next to them. But single-person living looks much more luxurious in this Brazil property by 3.4 arquitetura, where hallways act as space dividers and floor-to-ceiling “walls” are made out of glass.
Known as ‘casa solar da serra,’ the design was focused on becoming closer with the surrounding nature, hence the cool sliding door frames that provide you with mountain views for days. Each “room” has a long hallway running through the length of the home that connects all the spaces.
Unlike a traditional box studio, the property has tiny dividers splitting up the lounge area, living room and kitchen, which makes it feel much larger than 1,000-square feet. Who wants to move to Brazil?
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