During his lifetime, the architect Pietro Belluschi became known for high-rise projects, churches and mansions. However, few know that the architect designed an eco-friendly home with a tiny house footprint, just 22m². So if your house also has little space available, don’t worry, because you can live very well in tiny houses!
All houses designed by Belluschi make clear his admiration for Japanese architecture, with minimalist essence and zen, and the Scandinavian decorating style that leaves the warm and cheerful environment. Those who follow the blog know how much we love the combo Scandinavian minimalism and style!
The influence of the Asian style of decorating is clear in the room, with a palette of bright colors, which gives breadth to the environment, and materials used, such as wood. Furthermore, note that the sofa matches the room size. It seems silly, but one of the biggest mistakes of people who have a small room or a small house is to buy very large furniture no matter what — as if it suited every environment. This is a problem that not only compromises the circulation, but breaks the harmony of the environment and the room is looking smaller than it really is something you do not want to happen, due to the reduced size that you already have on hand.
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