This apartment located in São Paulo, was designed for a family who was asking for integrated spaces. We came up with a proposal to create a large and fluid space taking advantage of the natural lighting conditions and recreating spaces, eliminating partitions and uniting the environments.
Project Name: Apartment Portugal
Architects: GDL Arquitetura
Architect: Gabriel de Lucca
Location: São Paulo – Brazil
Project year: 2017
Area (m2): 140 m2
Photographs: Maíra Acayaba
Floor – Baiteg Blue Limestone (living, kitchen and dining room) and Peroba Mica wood floor (bedrooms and hall)
Wall and ceilings – White matte paint
In addition, the idea was to create a warm and solemn atmosphere, where the furniture designed exclusively for the project could be in harmony with contemporary and vintage pieces of furniture.
The choice of materials was also important to create the right feel, sober and neutral tones, internal surfaces covered with wood connect the environments making them as part of a single whole. The lighting project focused on indirect lights, complemented by applied luminaires in a few walls and ceiling.
All spaces were developed with the same care and try to create surprises, rhythms and emotions.
Image 01 + 08 + 10 +15
Líder Interiores – (Dining table) Etna – (Wishbone chairs)
Desmobília – (‘’Costela’’ blue Armchair) GDL Arquitetura – (sideboard)
Nani Chinelatto – (Rug) BelColore Interiores – (Curtains)
Lighting – Pendants by Muuto and wall lighting by Lumini From Image 02 to 07
Líder Interiores – (armchairs next to fireplace, cork benches, coffee table) Fernando Yager – (Sofa)
Desmobília – (‘’Costela’’ blue Armchair) Nani Chinelatto – (Rug)
Codex Home – (pillows)
GDL Arquitetura – (sideboard)
Objects and home accessories – (Dpot Objeto, Democrart) Lighting – Lumini