The São Paolo home of midcentury architect Julio Katinsky (b.1932) is a testament to the Brazilian modernist's longevity of vision. Cool and clean yet sensuous and grounded, the home's brutalist concrete architecture and huge glass walls create a dynamic interplay between its indoor and outdoor spaces. Get inspired with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.
Photo: Ricardo Labougle for AD España. Styling by Leandro Favaloro and Martina Lucatelli.