They are close to 350m² facing the Atlantic and the bay of Funchal, a single-storey house with spacious and bright rooms, owned by a couple in their 40s. Mutual friends recommended the professional contact of Dino Gonçalves, author of the project, and social networks helped consolidate preference. “The lady of the house ‘follow me’, my Instagram was important in making the decision”, acknowledges the interior designer. After presenting the project and agreeing on the moodboard with the selection of finishes and lighting, choice of colors and textures, and after realizing the future experience of the house, it was time to go into the field. Playing with the surprise factor, as the designer likes to work, and presenting the project in a ‘turnkey’ version reveal the shared trust. From the furniture (entirely made to measure based on a design by Dino Gonçalves) to the house linen and accessories, everything was thought out by the designer in detail: “It was rewarding, I had complete freedom, I made a point of completing the house with pieces that give soul to the project. I bet on works by various artists, from painting to sculpture and photography, as I like to do in all my work, and the result pleased everyone”, concluded the designer.
PHOTOS: Nuno Andrade/Woodland Studio
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