Making the most of the view was the client's request for this 338 m2 apartment, located in the Jardins district, in the city of São Paulo. For this, the São Paulo office BZP Arquitetura, led by architect Bia Prado, opted for the integration of all social environments.
One of the highlights of the apartment is the multipurpose dining table. The piece is joined to the work table, making the furniture have a unique design. “As the resident is young, we allow some daring in the decoration, such as, for example, placing a bicycle in the room as a decorative piece”, reveals the architect.
Signed design furniture is seen scattered around the rooms: Sushi pouf, by Campana brothers, Zanotta bag, chaise long Magis Traffic, Werner armchair, and Booken bookseller. A contemporary decoration that reveals traits of the resident's personality and also the visual identity of this charming apartment.