Because we never tire of peeking into the creatively re-worked dwellings of design-savvy homeowners—especially ones who live in fabulous midcentury lofts like this one in São Paulo, Brazil—let's take a moment to stop and gawk, shall we? This 1950s top-floor unit, with brawny exposed-concrete waffle ceilings and structural supports (original!), is a bit of a dream. Renovated under the steady hand of local architect Filipe Ramos for a young bachelor who, according to Design Milk, works from home and travels frequently, individual spaces are defined within the loft with chunky, cushy furnishings that play counterpoint to the muscular surrounding structure. Wood floors, as seen in the bedroom or living room, alternate with polished concrete, mixing old and new for a generally covetable look.