The NS House was designed by Galeazzo Design Agency, and is located in the city of Sao Paulo. The client's primary aim was for the residence to be a social hub, while serving as a platform to accommodate a collection of art and design pieces. Separate living spaces are linked by wide passages, and big windows allow daylight to be the big supporting element of the interior.
Natural and sustainable materials such as demolition wood were used for the floors and raw marble elements add a hint of pared back luxury, while allowing the client's possessions to take center stage. Vintage furniture is interspersed with modern Italian, French and Scandinavian design, including Fornasetti ceramics and a quirky Philippe Starck chandelier for Baccarat.