Customers liked to receive friends and family, so they had as project needs a plant with the possibility of total integration, with wide and fluid environments and lots of seats.
We also had as a premise to make the most of the environments and to have a large amount of cabinets and the bar that could not be missed.
In addition, the project also has the full integration of the balcony.
The integration of the glazed balcony was one of the main challenges, as its elongated geometry formed some narrow spaces limiting its use.
The solution found was the creation of a large bench, running the entire length of the balcony, with the same sheet of wood used in the dining and living room panels.
This long-lined piece frames and becomes a place for contemplation of the landscape and, at the same time, integrates into the layout of the living room.
Along this piece of furniture, there are spaces for support and rest.
We opted for light gray porcelain tiles in the social areas, kitchen and service area, as the gray tone was a customer preference and part of the initial color concept of the project. The idea was to unify environments through materials and allow natural light to be intensified through them.
The wood in the TV furniture brings the feeling of welcoming and nobility.
Architects: WF Arquitetos
Civil/Civil Engineering: Araújo - Construções e Reformas
Marcenaria/Woodwork: Bela Madeira
Photographer: Fran Parente
Flooring: Porcelain, Porcelanato Silos Nude 90 x 90, Portobello
Porcelain, Porcelanato Infinity Blanco 100 x 100, Level Acabamentos
Existing natural wood floor.
Interior lighting: Opaline Glass, Arandela Bola, Studio La Lampe
Interior furniture: Couch, Nau Couch by Marcus Ferreira, Decameron
Armchair, Paralelas Armchair, Ovo
Seat, Cascade Seat by Pierre Colnet and Hadrien - Atelier Cremme, Cremme