Set in a work of Brutalism by Wladimir Alves de Souza—the nationally renowned professor and architect behind the structure that houses Rio’s Chácara do Céu Museum —the villa plays host to a glorious contrast of raw concrete and exotic wood.

Vaulted concrete pergola

A panoramic viewing point, a patio with a vaulted concrete pergola, and a six-meter wooden door are among the villa’s structural standout features, as are high white walls and soaring ceilings that combine to create airy and inviting spaces. Integrated artwork, such as a concrete and steel wall by artist Miriam Löllmann, add to this listed building’s architectural awe.

Living Room with furniture by Ricardo Fasanello

Concrete and steel wall by Miriam Löllmann

Presentation of the villa