An apartment in Vila Madalena, São Paulo, has been redesigned by architect Nildo José's resulting in a contemporary and sophisticated look.
The brief was to transform the interior into a modern, young, and unconventional residence. This was the task of architect Nildo José, who took into account the lifestyle's of the residents who enjoy receiving friends and family to their home.
After research, the architect opted for a space with a "vintage" atmosphere - '60s and '70s in style - without giving up the contemporary language that is present in his projects. The choice of furniture for the apartment was crucial, not wanting to follow convention; the architect made innovative and unconventional choices to create an environment that is welcoming, striving for elegance, integration, and well-being.
Those who enter the apartment discover a clean minimalist hall, with spotlighting and a burnt cement bench. The social areas of the apartment contain integrated living, home theater, dining room, and a lounge. The living areas encourage conversation and connection, the dining room has an eight-seater table, and the home theater has wooden floors and a comfortable modular sofa.
The lounge is an ideal place for conversation, furnished with a sofa, armchairs, and table. The kitchen is open, blending rustic and modern styles through colours, design, and materials.
The architect opted for a space with a "vintage" atmosphere - '60s and '70s in style - without giving up the contemporary language that is present in his projects.
The highlight of the project are the pivoting doors that allow the integration of living areas with the master suite. In addition to a bed designed by the architect harmonizing perfectly with the green of the floor, it also includes an office with armchair and closet - over five meters wide, made in grey wood with tinted glass doors, which allow an internal view of the cabinet.
The bathroom sits perfectly in the environment. It has a marble sink countertop suspended from the floor by a metal beam, which is anchored to the wall and fixed to the slab by a thin bar. A delicate, minimalist white frame separates the room into two cabins: one for the bath and one for the toilet.
The decoration of the apartment brings sensitivity and clarity to the environment, as well as balance and harmony. The connectivity, the contemporary style, and the right choice of furniture have made this apartment delicate and sophisticated.
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