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VCH Apartment by David Ito Arquitetura



This inspiring 1,076 sq ft apartment located in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has been designed in 2019 by David Ito Arquitetura.

Description
The refurbished 100sqm apartment located in the Jardins neighborhood in São Paulo complies with all the young client needs. The original plan presents one suite and two other bedrooms. The refurbishment comes up with two suites and the fusion of one of the bedrooms and the balcony towards the living room. It creates a bigger room and enriches the view of the city and the access to natural light. The open concept brings the kitchen into this room and provides a great social atmosphere.
One of the main client needs was a living room that could provide three distinct settings ? movie watching, friends gathering and a day-by-day office, which must be on the opposite side from the TV. The big green modular couch is the item that was able to achieve the three settings. It can adapt to the three possible situations within the room. The carpet ties the room up and establishes the place. The dining table was designed by the office especially for the project. Its top is made of freijó wood, the same used in all the other wooden custom-made pieces, and the ?V? shaped base is made of iron plate ? the letter V hints the client?s family name. The table base establishes a subfloor structure so it can exhibit a delicate, slender support on the wooden floors.
Another important point was to provide greenery in many spots in the apartment...
Source: homeadore
URL: https://homeadore.com/

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