He had already proven himself as a reference musician on the international scene for a long time. Now, Lenny Kravitz has come to show the world that he also has an artist streak as an interior designer with the so-called Instrumental Home. Designed by the architect Marmol Radziner, this modular house is located in a lush forest area and is formed from an office, including a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
The dialogue with the environment, according to the Diário Imobiliário, is made there from a glass facade working as a “surround”. Both the living room and bedroom open onto large terraces , while a hammock filters light into the property.
This project, in which Lenny Kravitz participates, is part of the ” Conjunto Revolution “, developed by Filipino real estate developer Robbie Antonio.
At stake is a set of modular and sustainable houses and pavilions designed by major figures in world architecture, such as the American architect Daniel Libeskind, the Japanese Sou Fujimoto and Kengo Kuma and the Brazilian brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana.
According to the online medium, the spaces are developed with advanced prefabricated materials , personalized design and a low-cost production system, forming an outline of the democratization of architecture, the use of public space and its social function. The series was launched last year by Design Miami, a dining pavilion designed by Iraqi architect Zaha Hadid.
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