Sara Castell. Interior design. August 30th , 2017.
During their stay, guests can access a wide variety of facilities, such as a gym and a home cinema, as well as enjoy the incredible swimming pool.
The lobby employs a type of pool effect, where the visitors can “submerge themselves” underneath the water. In order to create this effect, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overhead, looping around the lobby, defining different mini-areas within the lobby.
This project, is located in R. Salto, São Paulo, Brazil, and was completed in the year 2015. It covers an area of 172 square meters, in which the main detail is the great open space that connects the three floors of the apartment, allowing sunlight to seep into the space and create gorgeous visual effects.
A modern white sofa with cushions in light tones, the same ones that have been used in the rest of the decoration, is accompanied by small hexagonal tables and a large TV cabinet that, at the same time, works as a storage area. This is because the small rooms always look for the best way to take advantage of every space and make it both functional and comfortable.
Drawing this void was the start to the whole project, with its form being strongly determined when the natural light, coming from the terrace, bathes the whole interior.