GRS PROJECT
Fran Parente
製品スペックシート

エレメントブランド商品名
PendantsVibia
LightingMarset
DecorationJader Almeida
DINN DINING TABLE, Munick Chair
FurnitureSergio Rodrigues Atelier
Armchair Kilin, Veronica Armchair
Decoration+55Design
Tourinho Chair
LightingRIKA
Pipa Lamp

製品スペックシート
Pendants
Vibia さんの Flamingo
Lighting
Marset さんの Dipping Light
Decoration
Jader Almeida さんの DINN DINING TABLE, Munick Chair
Furniture
Sergio Rodrigues Atelier さんの Armchair Kilin, Veronica Armchair
Decoration
+55Design さんの Tourinho Chair
Lighting
RIKA さんの Pipa Lamp

GRS PROJECT

Bossa Arquitetura 建築家 として

In this apartment renovation project, the Bossa Arquitetura office places thecurved panel as the central protagonist, playing a crucial role in composition andadopting a remarkable approach to space organization. Designed for a youngcouple, the conception aimed was creating a conceptual and contemporaryenvironment. In this context, the team embraces curved forms, evoking a tropicalsensation to guide the project.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

The main wall of the social area, embracing the entire space, constitutes the focalpoint of this work. Transformed into a true work of art, thanks to the covering ofpanels with rounded slats of toned natural wood and silk straw, this wall not onlycreates visual cohesion but also discreetly conceals camouflaged doors leading tothe pantry and entrance hall. The straw panels were designed to soften thestiffness of the environment, providing a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Inaddition to the curvature present in the panel corners, the slats have undulationsthat produce a particularly intriguing visual effect. Rounded pillars were alsointroduced, maintaining the organic aesthetic and giving the project anunconventional dimension.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

In the social area, the wavy curved panel acts as a link between all functions,especially highlighting the dining room and the gourmet area. Discreetly withinthis panel, there is a display cabinet with a perfectly integrated opening. Inharmony with the organic concept, a bar in amorphous Taj Mahal Marble wasdesigned on the balcony.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

The resident couple enjoys entertaining friends, and therefore, the balcony barbecomes the meeting point. The intention was to create an environment thatconveys a sense of home. The balcony underwent a complete renovation,emphasizing the view and employing light tones. Upon entering the apartment,the gaze is met with a wide opening leading to the balcony, eliminating the wallthat previously separated the living room from the outdoor space. This openinghighlights the panoramic view of São Paulo as a backdrop, with the landscapingproject incorporating native species into the decoration as a foreground.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

Another striking feature of this project is the use of natural elements andmaterials that evoke authenticity. Brass plays a prominent role in the apartment,both in creating profiles that outline the door frames, serving as an eleganttransition between wood and straw in the panels, and in finishing the curved half-moon-shaped handles.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

The Mr. Lime Beton linen color texture was applied to the pillars, ceiling, andwalls, serving as a neutral base for the spaces and contrasting with the wood, alsopresent in the Catuaba ceiling, adding a subtle texture and providing the perfectsetting for the incorporation of iconic pieces of modern Brazilian design furniture.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

The apartment floor is a visual delight, with polished Saint Remy Limestone tiles,a stone that extends throughout the apartment, maintaining its consistentaesthetic. The soft color palette that permeates the entire apartment, both onthe walls and the floor, enhances the ergonomic and fluid design of carefullyselected pieces, ensuring a seamless integration, both visually and physically, ofthe spaces. Among the signed design furniture, highlights include the Ela sofa byArthur Casas for Etel, the Tiles coffee tables by Arthur Casas for HerançaCultural, the Verônica armchair by Jorge Zalszupin, the Presidential armchair byJorge Zalszupin, the Licce armchair by Jader Almeida, the Kilin armchair by SergioRodrigues, and the Tourinho chairs by Daniel Jorge for +55 Design.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

One of the elements that enhances the project is undoubtedly the lighting.Featured fixtures were meticulously chosen to add personality to the spaces,including the Flamingo pendants from Vibia, the Dipping Light pendants fromMarset, and the Pipa lamp from Estúdio Rika. In addition, indirect lighting wasincorporated through LEDs embedded in the outlines of the panels andthroughout the apartment.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

In conclusion, touches of color were strategically introduced throughout theapartment through artworks selected by the avid collectors who are the owners.Each piece, whether a vase, a decorative object, or a painting, was carefullypositioned to harmoniously dialogue with all elements, whether architectural ordesign. In the intimate area, an office/home theater was created, which can beisolated with folding doors, integrating with the hallway that has become aspacious exhibition space for the clients' art collection.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

This exceptional residence was realized thanks to the collaboration of theengineering team from MpH Engenharia and the lighting expertise of ManecoQuinderé. The project images were skillfully captured by Fran Parente, and thestunning landscaping is a masterpiece by the renowned Bia Abreu. The GRSapartment project is a notable example of Bossa Arquitetura's commitment tocreating spaces that transcend the ordinary and celebrate innovative design andunique aesthetics.

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

Team:

Architects: Bossa Arquitetura

Engineering | Monitoring and civil work: MpH

Engineering | Automation project: Dinx Solutions

Lighting project: Maneco Quinderé Landscaping and implementation project: Bia Abreu

Photos: Fran Parente

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Fran Parente
photo_credit Fran Parente
Fran Parente

Materials Used:

Custom | Cabinets: Augusto Moreno

Custom | Kitchen and Laundry: Florense

Carpentry: STG (Social Hall and Living) and Herus (Master Suite, Baths, Office, Pantry)

Marbleworks: Estúdio Mármores

Technical Luminaires: Elight

Decorative Lighting: Onlight, Etel, Itens, Mel Kawahara, Adriana Yazbek, Estúdio Orth

Straw: Nani Chinellato

Texture: Protécnica

Decoration: Etel, Dpot, Olho Móveis, Micasa, Herança Cultural, Jader Almeida, Firma Casa, +55

Design, Estúdio Orth, Casa Pronta, Wentz, Botteh

Curtains and blinds: Uniflex and Nani Chinellato

Ironworks: Artelaf

Social Area:

Floor: Polished Saint Remy Limestone

Wall and ceiling texture: Mr. Lime Beton, color: Linen

Panel: Toned natural wood rounded slats and silk straw

Wood ceiling: Catuaba

Bar: Taj Mahal Marble

Powder Room:

Floor: Polished Saint Remy Limestone Wall texture: Mr. Lime Beton, color: Linen Wood ceiling: Catuaba

Countertop: Resin-treated Travertino Rosso and polished Quartzito Vitória Régia Niche: Resin-treated Travertino Rosso

Mirror: and trunk in ironwork developed by the office

Intimate Area:

Floor: Tauri Naturalle Crema Wood Flooring

Ceiling: Plaster with white latex paint

Carpentry: Catuaba with silk straw application

Floor, walls, and countertops: Brushed white Siena Granite

Shower Box Wall: Brushed white Siena Granite

Cabinets: Catuaba

Living Room:

Ela sofa by Arthur Casas by Etel

Tiles coffee tables by Arthur Casas for Herança Cultural

Kilin armchair by Sergio Rodrigues

Verônica armchairs by Sergio Rodrigues

Presidential armchair by Jorge Zalszupin

TV Room:

Licce armchairs by Jader Almeida

Dining Room:

Munick chairs by Jader Almeida

Dinn table by Jader Almeida

Flamingo pendants by Vibia

Balcony:

Tourinho chairs by Daniel Jorge for +55 Design

Dipping Light pendants by Marset

Pipa lamp by Estúdio Rika

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Fran Parente
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Fran Parente

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