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Apartment with sober colors and works of art | Open House with David Bastos

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Apartment with sober colors and works of art |  Open House with David Bastos

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As soon as she bought this 320m2 apartment, in the Consolação neighborhood, São Paulo, to live with her children Antônio (15 years old) and Maria (18 years old), Wania commissioned a general renovation project from the architect David Bastos, from the firm DB Arquitetos.

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This time, Wania asked us for a modern apartment with personality, a cozy home theater that could be isolated, when necessary, and four suites, one of which is intended for guests, also serving as an office.

Among the main changes to the property’s plan, some masonry in the living room and kitchen was demolished to integrate the spaces and increase the feeling of spaciousness, making circulation more fluid. Furthermore, all suites were adjusted to have the same size and the laundry area was resized to enlarge the closet and bathroom of the master suite.

In terms of decoration, all the pieces are new, except for some works of art, which were already part of Wania’s collection and were used at the new address. According to David, the main references and inspirations for the project came from the residents themselves.

In the chromatic palette of the social area, predominantly sober colors were used, with wooden doors, panels and lining, with a grayish finish. The office’s idea was to create a neutral base and visual unity, but with personality, to highlight the furniture and works of art. In the suites, the cabinets, wallpaper and ceiling follow their own chromatic scale, which reflects the preference of each resident. It is also worth mentioning that the entire floor of the social area was covered with marble.

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