Located in the Serra Gaúcha, the charming town of Canela is known for its natural beauty that enchants tourists from all over Brazil. This detail led a family from the capital of Rio Grande do Sul to choose it as the perfect setting for the construction of a spacious retreat residence.
With an architectural design by architect Lívia Bortoncello and landscaping by Suzana Nedel, the house was entirely planned to be cozy and functional throughout all four seasons, whether during the chilly temperatures or the height of summer.
An important feature was the choice of a high roof with skylights above the windows, making it well-lit in any weather. In terms of decoration, the choices were from Tidelli.
Inside the residence, a dining area was created with Mesh swivel chairs and a barbecue for meals near the wet area. Just beside it, inviting leisure moments, the heated pool was designed in a space with a glass roof and large doors that open to integrate it with the garden. Here, Java sunbeds were placed in combination with Nusa garden seats, a floating tray, Tulum upholstered pieces, and a table with a Mariana champagne cooler that, depending on the weather, can transform into a small fireplace.
One of the highlights of the house is the new Gourmet Area. Comprising a comfortable sitting area, it welcomes the family's guests, as they love to host. In front of the fireplace, cozy Iaia armchairs and puffs, a line designed by renowned designer Manuel Bandeira, were arranged, along with Marina garden seats.
In another part of this space, aligned with the residents' profile, the architect chose a spacious Pucon table with many Padang chairs and an Imperial bowl. At the bar, Padang stools were added. The furniture integrates well with the second barbecue of the house, which becomes the setting for barbecues and roasts, preparations of typical delicacies like pine nuts, and above all, rounds of conversation around the fire.
Meeting the owner's request, the space gained a relaxed style. The furniture in neutral shades of blue and beige balanced well with the Portuguese tiles, wood, and stone present in the environment.
Every detail of this residence in Serra Gaúcha was thoughtfully designed to embrace residents and guests, with a light architecture and furniture that bring not only design but also comfort. The final result is an inviting and extremely cozy residence.
For Tidelli retailer Marcelo Schacht from Porto Alegre, the brand is more than just beautiful and comfortable furniture; it has unique characteristics. "Tidelli is more than a product; it's a concept. Behind each piece of furniture, there's social work, sustainability, material reuse, an Institute that empowers people and helps them achieve dignity, among many other things. Tidelli is a brand, but also a life concept!" concludes the businessman.
The project by Lívia Bortoncello and Suzana Nedel, along with the beautiful towns of Gramado and Canela, is the theme of the Outdoor Experience by Tidelli program, which is already available on YouTube. The show is biweekly on the platform and aims to show viewers real experiences, always linked to content about decoration, architecture, tourism, gastronomy, and lifestyle.