The apartment designed by Karen Pisacane was old, finishes already needing to be changed, very challenging plan, full of angles. we chose to integrate the balconies and expand the spaces, we built the blinds in the rooms to gain more light. I wanted a timeless project, of course, and with good Brazilian FURNITURE. We opted for a raised national travertine floor to lighten the room (before the floor was brown granite) We returned to the fireplace that had been closed before. And we abuse American oak blade panels. An Orlean sheet that can be applied directly to the walls as a wallpaper We also use panels of Preserved plants from Svetlana to provide comfort. Photography by Mariana Orsi
Colorful and practical decoration in a 180 m2 project for a young couple. The project, signed by architect Karen Pisacane, focused on colors, planned joinery and practical materials for the apartment in São Paulo. Photography by Thiago Travesso.
In this project by architect Karen Pisacane located in São Paulo, Brazil, it is a couple with two teenage children. They asked to renovate the apartment to unify the balcony with the living room, and update the daughter’s room.
A young couple of hard-working doctors and a dog, their request was to have a practical, easy-to-maintain home that was a little off. An integration was made with the living room and the balcony in the property that has 250m, in this integration the architect Karen Pisacane opted for porcelain that is practical and easy to maintain. Photography by Júlia ribeiro