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Billiard Apartment by Diego Revollo

Billiard Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The 340 sqm apartment, located in a neoclassical building dating from the beginning of the 2000’s, was already owned by the family of the young entrepreneur, although only sporadically occupied. The decor, which followed the architectural spirit of those times, already seemed old-fashioned. When the client decided to set residence at the property and asked for our firm to refurbish it, he made clear his desire that the interiors expressed a contemporary atmosphere, consistent with his personality and current lifestyle. Photography by Fran Parente.

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Colorful Apartment by Diego Revollo

Colorful Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. A practical, comfortable and relaxed home was the desire of the young couple when looking for the office to design the interiors of their 180m2 apartment in São Paulo, acquired still in the plan. In order to meet the specific demands of the clients and enhance their sensivities, the project was developed throughout the construction process of the property, to enable maximum customization of the unit with the construction company. Photography by Renato Navarro.

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Terracota Apartment by Diego Revollo

Terracota Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The social area with a double height of almost 6 meters was the starting point for the interior architecture and decoration project of this apartment in São Paulo. Photography by Fran Parente.

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Jardim Guedala Apartment by Diego Revollo

Jardim Guedala Apartment by Diego Revollo. A classic-style apartment, almost 20 years old, is the new home of a young couple with two children who, having already hired the office for the previous residence, have returned this time for the renovation and decoration of this new 330 m2 property located in Jardim Guedala – Morumbi neighborhood – in São Paulo. Photography by Renato Navarro.

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Black & Fluid Apartment by Diego Revollo

Black & Fluid Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The time and turn for curved shapes. Fluid architecture is not just an aesthetic issue. It reflects the moment we are living in: the breaking of rigidity. Freer spaces, with less hard lines, make the atmosphere lighter and improve well-being. This is reflected from the design of more flexible layouts, through the finishes and even the execution of the spatial structure. Photography by Renato Navarro.

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Artur Ramos Apartment by Diego Revollo

Integration and elegance define the project for this solid 500m2 apartment designed by Diego Revollo in one of the best neighborhoods in São Paulo. Photography by Alain Brugier.

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Higienópolis Apartment by Diego Revollo

Higienópolis Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. “A life project. This was the briefing we received from a young couple with children when they reached out to our office. The old apartment, comprising of almost 500m2, was dark and compartmentalized and all the finishings were so old they needed replacing. Photography by Alain Brugier.

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Dijon Kitchen by Diego Revollo

Dijon Kitchen is a project designed by Diego Revollo. Innovation defines this kitchen designed for a young bachelor, in a penthouse in São Paulo. Photography by Alain Brugier

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Fisher Island Apartment by Diego Revollo

Fisher Island Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. Secluded on the exclusive Fisher Island, where you can only get by the water, this apartment, overlooking Biscayne Bay and Downtown Skyline, is pure minimal chic relaxation and reminiscent of Brazilian art, a passion of the owner. Photography by Fran Parente

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Brazil Design by Diego Revollo

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.

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