This 1,one hundred thirty sq ft loft situated in São Paulo, Brazil was designed for a younger entrepreneur by Diego Revollo Arquitetura.
Description by Diego Revollo Arquitetura The Loft, with 105m2, is situated within the south zone from São Paulo, in a strictly residential buildings neighborhood, principally from the eighty and ninety decade. Because of this we began from a standard compartmentalized condominium with exaggerated variety of divisions and closed rooms if associated to its space. The primary problem was to open the area, deliver the sense of amplitude inside the present structural limitations. On this sense, the proprietor, a younger entrepreneur just lately married was prepared for profound modifications and already felt attracted by the spatial traits of lofts in addition to the modern aesthetic widespread in these instances. The Concept of a field with only a coating, burned cement, would deliver the modern facet and appear to be “clear” with out amendments or interruptions and can be utilized on all surfaces reminiscent of flooring, partitions and ceilings. A specific care has been taken under consideration in selecting the grey’s tone, which must be trendy however not too chilly and shut by the pure cement’s tone. Within the baths we used for the slabs the pure Oasis Blue limestone with an identical tone of cement, employed solely as an alternative choice to cement, to be extra applicable for slabs and carved sinks. For the proprietor a chilly or too trendy end result wouldn’t please him, he searched a chic environment but in addition snug an “scorching”. The suggestion of the workplace was the alliance of the cement and the pure wooden inn a reddish chestnut brown tone to “warmth up” the surroundings and that might add worth in ornamental viewpoint. In some locations reminiscent of the doorway, eating bench and the balcony seat, the Cumaru wooden, a Brazilian’s hardwood with excessive resistance was utilized by guidelines to make the wooden “weigh” much more. The place using strong wooden wasn’t viable both by weight or by the pure motion, we selected for the Pau Ferro sheet, a wooden with sufficient character and an analogous design to the Jacarandá, one of many foremost wooden utilized in furnishings manufacturing peak in Brazil within the 50 and 60 decade, for instance. The furnishings and inside design continues with the selection of textiles because the pure linen or the distressed leather-based and prioritizes the nice and cozy contact and luxury all the time towards the coldness of the cement field. The top result’s a loft with out excesses, spacious and very nice to stay. Go to Diego Revollo Arquitetura