Projeto Cobertura is a project designed by WVS Arquitetura. With two married children and 5 grandchildren. The residents of this property wanted a nice apartment that had the look of “home”, without much freshness because they very much wanted the grandchildren to “feel free” to enjoy every corner of the apartment.
Curiosity. This is the word that describes the entrance to the apartment designed by Erez Hyatt in Ramat Gan, during which an amazing space is discovered with an urban landscape and open sky decor. In this project, the designer got a free hand when the client stated that she wanted to arrive at the end of the renovation with suitcases only.
The house designed by Manuel García Asociados is located at the base floor floor within the complex of the REAL CLUB DE GOLF DE CAMPOAMOR. It is completely stick to the golf greens, enjoying unbelievable view. This project consists of the partial refurbishment of the apartment, playing almost exclusively with the ex-professed design of different carpentry elements, as well as the re-furnishing of different pieces of furniture and lighting. The result is a neutral and peaceful house, in which the white with its different textures, coexists as a protagonist with the warmth of the wood. Photography: Miguel Ángel Cabrera.
In this project in Sao Paulo from the office Forma 011, is a house-face apartment, very Brazilian, the residents are a young couple with their newborn daughter. The work was the realization of an old dream of the couple. They wanted a comfortable, home-looking house to be comfortable with and welcome to their friends. Photography by Isadora Fabian.
“Mr. Cai Yuanpei, the leading educator in early twentieth-century China, stressed the importance of aesthetic education in one of his books and pointed out that aesthetic appreciation capability largely depends on whether one is cultured and educated. In modern era, the ability of appreciating beauty is beneficial to study, work, socializing and daily life.
With the challenge of developing comfortable, modern yet practical environments in an 84 m² three-bedroom apartment, Studio Area professionals have signed the interior renovation of Morumbi, São Paulo. Developed for a young couple with a young daughter, the project is based on shades of gray and black, and highlights the use of woodwork in a proposal that extols modernity, refinement and an open concept. Photography by Kadu Lopes