19 August, 2011

João Vilanova Artigas

Blue: structural elements (columns and walls), yellow and red: nonload-bearing walls. Modernist logic. Or poetry? Any associations? Piet Mondrian! Two beautiful houses designed by Brazilian modernist architect João Vilanova Artigas.



via: domus


Piet Mondrian, Tableau 2, 1922


11 comments:

  1. love all the structural elements! We are flying to Brazil in Dezember. My first time there :-) Hope to see João Batista Vilanova Artigas' houses in São Paulo too.

    p.s.: great you have a new swimsuit :-) I'm learning to backstroke :-) I'm a good surfer but I still can't backstroke. Happy weekend to you

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  2. Maria, Brazil... sounds fantastic!

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  3. What great open spaces! Also loving the flooring.

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  4. Gorgeous!!!

    Thanks for your sweet comments today, and thanks for letting me know your name ;)

    Have a fab weekend!

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  5. Beautiful! Nice blog. :)

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  6. These pics are beautiful! Thanks for visiting me so I got a chance to find you too - have a wonderful Saturday! :-)

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  7. Indeed a Mondriaan like style, I love the fact that they used the classic styled chairs, they are my favorite. I myself live in a apartment building that is decorated like a Mondriaan painting.

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  8. It does look like a Mondrian painting. Very nice

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