Mon, Mar 1, 2010
This apartment is located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The provocative interior is designed by Brazilian studio Triptyque. The apartment belongs to the owner of the furniture boutique MiCasa in Sao Paulo. The apartment is planned as a large gallery. Interestingly are combined synthetic and natural materials: rough cement and stainless steel with wood. White is the basic color of the interior. The designer furniture are from collections, provided by MiCasa and selected by the owner. The result of joint efforts of designers and owner is an unique art interior.
Giant library with irregular shape, presents in all rooms and is the basis of the overall project. In the middle of the kitchen has been shaped a large concrete block that serves as a workspace and in which were built the kitchen appliances. Drawers from stainless steel are embedded in concrete cases, which have the function to form the walls of the room. The bedroom is located in the general area without being separated. The walls of the bedroom are in the dark range.
Client: Houssein Jarouche
Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
Area: 300 sqm
Photography: Beto Consorte
Tags: apartment in Sao Paulo, art interior, artistic interior design, boutique furniture, Brazilian interior, MiCasa, provocative interior, rough cement, stainless steel, Triptyque, white library, white walls, wood