The project attends to the demands of the program with the minimal division of space possible, shaping spatial continuity and amplitude for the apartment. Infinite circulations accentuate the fluidity between the spaces and configure functional pathways for the residents and their guests. Large corridors are also used here as galleries for the clients’ art collection. Among the selected pieces are original Brazilian, Scandinavian and Italian designs signed by Hugo França, Hans Wegner, Franco Albini, Gio Ponti. The apartment is organized into 3 floors. On the first floor are the bedrooms. On the second floor there is the kitchen, a home office, dining room and living room. The last floor houses the library with different reading ambiances and a spa that has a covered pool, a winter garden and a gym. All spaces on the top floor have a double ceiling-height. The spa and library take advantage of the spaciousness of the architecture, while the pool is positioned in continuity with a dense garden, creating a tropical atmosphere together with the minimalist place of bathing. The walls were made in slatted wood and the ceiling in a metallic weaved lining. The library has floor-to-ceiling wooden shelves. From this space as well, there is a spectacular view looking out on the city of São Paulo, framed by a window that interrupts the punctuated sequence of the modules of the bookstand. The internal surfaces were treated as continuous surfaces covered in Late terra wood panels and corten steel plaques. The floors, in turn, are of travertine marble in the collective areas and wood in the bedrooms. Large carpets in neutral colors function as delicate markers for the activities. Indirect lighting is favoured, such as recessed ceiling down-lights and abat-jours, complemented by some points in the ceiling next to the walls. Ochre and beige tints, dialogue with the fabric, while reddish tones, used also on the upholstery, create a warm feeling for the space.
studio mk27,Marcio Kogan, Diana Radomysler and Luciana Antunes
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