Zoé Apartment is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. “The word Zoé comes from the Greek meaning “LIFE”. Its meaning carries with it a sense of vivacity, of one who lives life with joy and intensity. We sought to transform the apartment into a home. We translated the residents’ desires and needs into architecture and created environments that brought functionality and warmth, serving as a stage for new stories and memories to come.” Photography by Carolina Lacaz.
Ficus Apartment is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. The client loves gathering friends and family and throwing parties, so a large and open apartment was a necessity for hosting everyone comfortably. The building is from the 70’s and the apartment’s floor plan didn’t seem to have undergone major renovations. It had a very large staff room, three bedrooms, and the kitchen was isolated. We proposed a more contemporary layout that would meet the client’s needs. Photography by Carolina Lacaz.
Maga Apartment is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. A young couple and Magali, their four-legged daughter, sought to transform this rental apartment into their new home. In order to be able to do that, there were some important points: space, work and colors! The solutions should have personality and be done quickly (the project development and the renovation should be completed in 2 months). The client gave us the keys and, one week after the beginning of the project, went on vacation to the other side of the world. Photography by Carolina Lacaz.
Barê House is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. Originally planned to be a rental, this house had to be compact, while providing all the necessary comfort for pleasant days at the beach. Photography by Carolina Lacaz.
Patropi House is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. Located on Guaecá Beach, on the coast of São Paulo, Brazil, the Patropi House was designed to be a rental. With no precisely defined customer, the design team could dare in some finishing solutions, while trying to cater to all tastes in order to be easy to rent out. Photography by Carolina Lacaz.