Flavio Castro renovates an apartment in Brazil with aquamarine and modular furniture

Two brothers asked architect and interior designer Flavio Castro to renovate a 60 sqm apartment in São Paulo, keeping in mind their need for privacy and flexibility.

Flavio Castro, Vila Olimpia Apartment, São Paulo, 2017

Brazilian architect Flavio Castro renovated an apartment in São Paulo, Brazil, transforming a compartmentalized floor plan into an integrated space. The clients – two young brothers – wanted a space that could be easily adapted to different possible scenarios where work, eating, cooking and laundry could happen in a smooth way.

Custom made furniture was the focal point of the design. All functions, including the cooktop and pantry, have been camouflaged through pivoting doors, sliding doors and drawers. The overall colour scheme is determined by one bright aquamarine equipped wall. Privacy is guaranteed by two private bedrooms, while hybrid and mobile furniture keep the space flexible.

Project:
Vila Olimpia Apartment
Area:
60 sqm

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