Industrial Style With The Poetry Of The Brazilian Design Apartment Signed By Rua 141 Arquitetura
The reform of the 90m2 apartment in São Paulo (Brazil), proposed by Rua 141 Arquitetura, led by the architect Mona Singal, had as a central point the renovation of the guest room to receive the baby that was to arrive and a expansion of the social area for the family to receive family and friends with more confort. Inhabited by a young couple from São Paulo, in their 30s, the big challenge was to renovate the apartment in a short time (she was already five months pregnant). Soon, the architecture proposed a unit language, developing the interior design with a lot of personality, bringing elements of the industrial style with the warmth of Brazilian designers furniture.
Customersneeded a redesign of the social area to receive visits and wanted to be able to separate and integrate the pantry/kitchen area whenever they wanted. Full of personality and Brazilian design, the furniture and decorativepieceschosencarry a unique language, with textures of the most different materials, from metal to ceramics. The industrial air of the apartment is a result of the composition of some elements such as the exposedrail in the slab, as main lighting, the existingplaster frame that was eliminated, the two pillars and the peeled concrete beam, for the structure to be apparent, rescuing the natural texture of the material.
Two points of color werecreated in pistachiogreen to bringfreshness to the environment, on the large slidingdoors that separate the social area from the pantry and kitchen, on the entrance door and on the sidepanel, which camouflages the light board. In this way, it was possible to differentiate the existing white walls and the coloredintervention points. The sideboard that embraces the pillar and the TV wall was designed by Rua 141 and created a linearity with lightness, bringing the texture of natural Freijó wood. The white walls of this environment also create the feeling of greater amplitude and reinforce the natural entry of light. The shelves made in Freijó with blackmetallichandlesportray a more urban and industrial language, to make a counterpoint we broughtnatureinto the house, wherelifegains space.
For the baby room light tones in the pinkpalette and natural Jequitibá wood wereused. A wood paneling was createdaround the room to bring more warmth to the environment and a neutral wallpaper was chosen, which also reinforces this more delicateatmosphere. The supportshelves on the changer, also designed by Rua 141, received shades of pink. For each dresser drawer, a shade was selected to form a gradient and, therefore, create a sensation of movement in this piece of furniture, the heaviest in the room.
The supportbed was custom designed, with drawers below it, to gainstorage space, since the room has reduced size. Lighting in a baby's room is essential for every moment of the day and night. To meet this need, different indirect lighting was created, with different intensities, which help in this routine, such as the one around the entire wall and the Pipa sconce. Childhood is one of the phases of great discoveries, playful elements stimulate the child'sdevelopment. The Pipa luminaire, in addition to being functional as an indirectsupport light for the night, also composes this creativescenario.
Material Used :
1. Ameise Design – Mutter armchair, Circus baby crib and Vovo baby room dresser.
2. Coisas de Doris – objects, baby crib pillows, baby room rug.
3. Rian Tricot – baby room pillows.
4. Celina Dias bebe – baby room wallpaper.
5. Estudio Rika – baby room kite lamp.
6. Carpentry – AR Marcenaria baby room
7. Social area joinery – Magnificant.
8. Carbono Design – Couch C124.
9. Codex Home – Pillows and Blanket.
10. Wentz – Bowl table, Adobe lamp, Solo vases.
11. Decameron – Tela armchairs, Vasesfrom Estudio Manus.
12. Phenicia Concept – Parada Mix rug.
13. Prototype – Naja desk.
14. Dpot Objeto – Decoration objects.
15. Luiz Pedrazzi – Frames Love and Royal.
16. Art Shot – Painting.
17. Thiago Curinoi – Velvet Cart.
18. Bruno Jahara – Objects in the cart (bottleneck and stacks)
19. Heloisa Galvão – Stone on the sideboard (solid series)
20. Estudio Manus – Glass vases on the sideboard (Aladim series)