Brazil Design is a project of by Diego Revollo. A masculine, sophisticated and timeless design was the request of the client – a young English businessman who had recently arrived in Brazil and was an admirer of the office’s work. Photography courtesy of Diego Revollo.
Cumarú Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The young owners of this apartment in Alto de Pinheiros, São Paulo, wanted an interior design compatible with the life phase they were in: spacious enough to accommodate the daughter and without excesses that would hinder their stripped way of life. It was really necessary to adapt the architecture of the apartment to the style of the neighborhood in which it is situated: a quiet and mostly residential region, permeated by many green areas and abundance of sunlight. Photographer: Alain Brugier.
Bordô Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. An explosion of colors, combined with a well-blended mix of furniture and pieces hinting at the 1970s, elevate the visual appearance of this 260m² apartment in São Paulo. In cosy textures, the white and burgundy – color of the moment- highlight that luxury, above all, is comfort. A game that Diego Revollo plays like few others.
This 100 m2 Loft with structure and apparent installations is located in the noble neighborhood of Morumbi, Sao Paulo.
Although the aesthetic appeal of New York sheds converted into housing in the 1970s is the main justification for the male audience in explaining their desire for this style of property, Diego Revollo, who is knowledgeable about this repertoire and with some other lofts in his portfolio, knows that this profile prioritizes good materials and functionality.
Petroleum Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. Welcome to the 90m2 apartment in a traditional Sao Paulo neighborhood that was completely renovated to better adapt the new owner: a single young man, business administrator, art and photography enthusiast.
This apartment of 130m2 is a project designed by Diego Revollo located in Alto da Lapa in São Paulo, it belongs to a lawyer who purchased the property in the floor plan while living with his parents and did not think it would be married when move.