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Brazilian architect and inside designer Diego Revollo has a approach with interiors. While making them utterly cozy and livable, he nonetheless finds a solution to hold them trendy and basic on the similar time. The newest, Vila Leopoldina Loft, is not any exception. Working with 70 sq. meters, Revollo crafted the right area for the actor proprietor.
The ceilings, flooring, and partitions are stored a impartial materials which they name “burnt cement.” On prime of that, Revollo included shades of purple, lilac, and burgundy all through.
A number of trendy items have been introduced in to combine with basic parts. I love the Trash Me Lamp from Victor Vetterlein for &Tradition!
Another piece that stands out is the Wiggle Side Chair by Frank Gehry. Not solely is it constructed from an uncommon chair materials (cardboard), its form is sort of sculptural.
The atypical kitchen comes full with burgundy cupboards and glossy yellow counter tops that wrap round to make a eating desk. The yellow provides an sudden punch and provides the area a cheerful really feel.
A small workplace was constructed with acoustic isolation in order that the proprietor can report audio proper from his house. The door may be closed to offer privateness and to maintain it tucked away.
The solely actual distinction between the private and non-private areas of the loft are curtains, which reference a theatrical scene. The proprietor is an actor, in any case.
On the opposite aspect of the curtains is the bed room and toilet.
The spa-like rest room is open to the bed room.
The areas are distinguished by totally different flooring supplies. The toilet and closet areas have wooden flooring.