You know that incredible apartment full of great ideas and solutions? For this is the case of this beautiful property. The 156 square meter apartment is located in São Paulo and belongs to the architect Lula Gouveia, SuperLimão Studio , who has appeared here on the blog many times, and the photographer Maíra Acayaba. The property, built in the 60's, had its environments integrated after the demolition of some walls. The choice of the most sober materials and colors was intentional to highlight frames, photos and design objects. The décor in general has a dash with furniture of classic and contemporary design.
Right in the entrance hall of the apartment, on the ceiling, is the first prototype of the Biro-Biro Platinado luminaire, made of nautical aluminum chip and designed by SuperLimão. On the wall, a graphite panel was installed that was rescued from a siding.
In the living room, demolished wooden benches, with many cushions, skirt the space that is divided by a mobile sofa so that the dimensions of the environment can change according to use. A suspended garden, made up of tropical plants, leaves the environment more inviting and even helps to create a microclimate, humidifying and filtering the air. Below it, there are two sun loungers designed by the owner architect.
The kitchen opens onto the living room, creating a unique and ample ambience. A mural of tiles along with the original cobogos of the facade of the building, opened in the renovation, are the only walls of the environment. All kitchen furniture consists of modular pieces, reused offices and old iron panpings.
To separate the social area from the intimate area, a sliding door of navy plywood with wax finish was installed. In the intimate area, in one of the three bedrooms, is the photographer's office that opens to the hallway. The environment is between the couple's suite and the daughter's bedroom and has its space bordered by a bookcase with wooden and plywood stairs, which is the coolest thing in the whole apartment!
In her little girl's room, a painting with geometric designs forms a stylized forest on the walls, and the lower part received slate paint. In the bedroom of the couple, the bed has a wooden structure of demolition equal to the bedside created by the designer Diana Albuquerque. In the bathroom, the boxing bench turns shelf under the sink and the floor and countertop are also epoxy.