The architect David Guerra had been working on the design of LA apartments in Belo Horizonte city, Brazil. However, the family had to move to the town when the elder child started school. Since then the rural residence has been used as a rest house only at weekends. The new residence was expected to be spacious and cozy, as well as practical and functional. The architect has brought the apartments into compliance with a lifestyle of its new owners by opening the space and filling it with the plenty of light. In order to remind the family about the past dwelling, David Guerra created the relaxing atmosphere. He has constructed a fireplace, put soft armchairs, organized a relaxation zone at the balcony, and used warm tinctures and natural materials in facing and decor. All those elements helped to achieve the desired coziness in premises.