While the lower of the two levels is completely encased in a glass wall on the lower level the upper level promises more privacy that one needs. The interiors are sleek stylish and pretty much designed to always keep those inside entertained with the many changing sights and sounds outside. The large and flowing spaces an extensive wooden pool deck refreshing pool and décor that alter between the classy to the funky and retro ensure that the house has a dynamic look about it.
Its complementing gardens display a simple greenery landscaping of reeds local rocks and wooden sundecks that make the adjacent swimming pool resemble a natural lake. The outer walls are warm and welcoming in a natural wood finish while the black lattices of the upper story protect against the dry sun and bring a minimalistic and rougher accent to the facade.
Created to house three whole families at any single instance the most alluring element of the house is the views of the sea that it offers and with the living quarters being built on the first floor there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy some great sights and sounds.
Elegant lighting adds a wonderful touch to the structure and should keep those amazing fun times going at night while the bedrooms in the upper level with wooden blinds make sure you can always kick back and relax after partying hard in peace. Practical vivid and brilliant the Paraty House seems to capture and bring alive the ‘Carnival’ spirit of Rio.
One feels at times that design and architecture have gone a bit too far when it comes to sleek and well defined lines and box-like shapes with squares and cubes being splurged around everywhere. Having said that you can always find a balance between the contemporary and the classic if you have the right recipe and the proper imagination; as the so beautifully demonstrates.