Japanese-Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake's stunning Brazilian home and studio is as poetic and fascinating as the artist herself. Designed in the 1970s for her by her son, architect Ruy Ohtake, its Brutalist concrete form is softened by unexpected curves here and there, flights of colour, natural light and lush greenery. Beautiful and extraordinary. Lots more photos here at Casa Vogue.
(photography by filippo bamberghi)