Rafaela likes meditation, plants, kittens and wood. Rodrigo, on the other hand, likes light tones, mixing with concrete, has an extensive collection of vinyl records and loves the industrial style. When they looked for us to design the corner where they would live together for the first time, their life stories inspired us to create a space that represented every aspect of their personalities, as individuals and as a couple.
It is not difficult to see how the composition enhances each trait of each person's taste: the leather sofa refers to the industrial style, the white with the concrete (already present in the building), the spaces for vinyl records, the metals... All of this makes reference to Rodrigo, who made it clear from the beginning that he was looking for a place with personality, that squandered warmth and comfort. The wooden floor, the plants, the furniture reused from her current house, and the interior frames stamp the personality of Rafaela in the project, who asked from the beginning for an intimate space that expresses closeness, to meet with her friends and use as a a haven for your guided meditations.
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The heavy concrete ceiling finds lightness when mixed with off-white walls and cozy furniture. In this project, we’ve used only raw materials, as requested by our clients.
ROOM TO LIVE IN
Wide spaces can be used in various ways. This project explores a lot of them, as the clients' needs are all accommodated in this open-floor living room. The result? The client’s identity translated into architecture.
LET THERE BE LIGHT
Large windows and openings bring
light and vision to the space.