A small, open staircase off the living room leads to a private suite occupying the entire first floor of the house with high ceilings in “angelim“ wood painted white and naturally-aged, waxed wooden floors.

Large sliding windows on all four sides and a small private veranda allow a privileged panorama of the treetops and the surrounding garden. Wooden lattice-work along all the upper walls allows the air to continuously circulate freely.

The suite is furnished with a long table to work or study in peace, a large wardrobe, two small nightstands, a wicker rocking chair from a bygone era, and a mat for practicing yoga. A large mosquito net in fine Indian cotton floats over hypoallergenic mattresses covered with cotton sheets.

The bathroom, equipped with an electric boiler for hot showers, is characterized by the dazzling mirrors of different shapes hanging on the walls.

Old Indios prints depicting the region and colonial life in the Americas in the late 18th century decorate the walls.