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The Panamby Apartment, designed by DT estúdio arquitetura, was designed with the home-owner, a single lawyer, in thoughts. With one individual dwelling there, privateness wasn’t a problem so an open flooring plan was within the playing cards. The solely area that’s partially remoted is the toilet.
Located in Jão Paulo, Brazil, the house makes use of uncooked supplies all through, like concrete, wooden, and material to set the tone. The flooring, ceiling, and partitions are all concrete, however paired with colourful materials, the area is a merry mixture of house-y industrial.
The staff chosen a mixture of furnishings from quite a lot of designers, like Carbono Design for the couch, armchair, and pouf, and Sergio Rodrigues who designed the eating chairs. The lighting comes primarily from FLOS and Marsetti.
Floor-to-ceiling curtains can separate the bed room from the lounge when desired.
Bold pops of shade are interspersed with neutrals, like grays, combined with reds, yellows, and aqua.
The home-owner’s dream was to have a Victorian bathtub so one was strategically positioned in entrance of a window with views of the town.
Sliding glass doorways speak in confidence to the balcony giving the toilet a bevy of pure parts with using potted and hanging crops outdoors.
In the kitchen, the decrease cupboards are a vibrant yellow with white subway tiles on the wall behind going straight to the ceiling. Not to be the one daring factor within the kitchen, the yellow cupboards sit throughout from a purple fridge.
Photos by Carol Ribeiro.