forwardView The Photo Gallery
While this condominium is perhaps smaller than the typical locations we present right here on Design Milk, it’s equally as engaging. At 613 sq. ft, the COBOGO Apartment was renovated by Filipe Ramos to develop into an open loft in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
All inside partitions have been eliminated and the prevailing concrete beams have been left uncovered giving the area a slight industrial really feel. They additionally changed all the home windows and introduced in new millwork.
The present parquet hardwood flooring remained and have been ebonized including a richness to the principally white area.
The primary function all through is the see-through concrete brick wall that acts as a divider between the bed room and the lounge. The bricks are referred to as “cobogo” in Portuguese and are prevalent in Brazilian modernist structure.
Had they stored partitions within the house, the areas would really feel small and cramped. The brick wall permits mild to move by way of, in addition to letting your eyes gaze past to the opposite aspect.
Photos by Maira Acayaba.