World-famous singer-songwriter Lenny Kravitz’s has opened the doors to his Brazilian farm compound.
In the tropical forest outside of Rio De Janeiro, the 54-year old retro rocker has transformed an 18th-century coffee plantation into his personal artistic Eden. Besides his personal living space and master bedroom, the retreat features a full guesthouse, Brazilian barbecue, a full-sized football field, recording studio, pool and gym. The colonial-style farmhouses and outbuilding are kept in the original Portuguese style. Inside, Lenny Kravitz has created a very personal and relaxing space with lots of art and memorabilia – one of them a red velvet chair previously owned by Andy Warhol.
Take a virtual tour with this video by Architectural Digest and hear about Lenny Kravitz’s favorite pieces and why he loves spending time in an area without phone reception.