The setting of this duplex penthouse in an upscale neighborhood of Blumenau, in detail translates the personality of its inhabitants. The minimalist decor reflects the practical style of the young couple and value the pieces acquired by them in international travel.
The building was previously in the plan of the architect Marina Voltolini Borghesi, which is also responsible for the design of buildings. Her knowledge in facilitating the building has changed desired by the owner, especially in the penthouse duplex layout. “A modern apartment, a young and functional, good for meeting friends and family,” said the professional on the need presented by clients.
Another request was to create a versatile environment on the upper floor, working primarily as a home theater but that could be transformed into a guest room. Marina specified all the furniture and also developed an elaborate illumination and a detailed project design lining. “The cast was based on straight lines, without frames. But with details of gaps and recessed lighting”. And the result: integrated environments and welcoming.
The living room of the apartment is the environment where the couple likes to stay longer, mainly because it is integrated into the kitchen. The demolition wood was used to heat the large space and establish contrast between the roughness of the material and technology used in the kitchen. This, more modern, is pure white, with bench in white zeus silestone and reflective glass. Plates of nacre lining the main wall, has adding a touch of sophistication. Designer chairs give charm to the bench of glass, serving the kitchen and serves as a basis for home furnishings in the hall.
The wallpaper sectorized area of the home theater and highlights of the TV panel, executed in wood from demolition. In a symmetrical composition, the architect designed a new volume with the same material, centered between bands of mirrors. The connection is established by the trimmer blade in black also chosen to finish the frame of the niches. The decorative pieces used were brought from the couple’s travels. The cachepô glass with a plan-of-foot elephant brought harmony to the environment. With sculptural aspect, bush marks the passage from the hall to the living room.
Between the hall and circulation, corridor leading to the intimate area displays a large sculpture of Thai origin. A niche with recessed lighting designed especially for the part. As the facade of the building is fully lined with skins of glass, the architect used motorized roll type shutters on all openings. The solution has brought comfort and privacy for residents. Taffeta curtains promote the finish.
A well-equipped gourmet kitchen includes social area and home theater to the pool deck, on the second floor of the coverage. The kitchen with barbecue occupies the central portion, surrounded by stellar black silestone countertop and closing wood-paneled patinated demolition. In front, the architect added a bench support with lacquer finish and glass top. A black panel with sliding doors separating the home theater at the back of the dining room, disposed between the environments. Thus, the space may eventually be used as guest room.
The wall of the staircase was lined with paper and decorated with pearlescent Crocco Venetian mirror and sconces. The area is protected by glass railing on behalf of lightness desired. In the background, the fridge of beers, special request of the owner, with plotting a work of artist Romero Britto on the side. The master suite is integrated into the closet, where also the couple’s home office. The cabinets were large sliding doors and mirror black glass, color and material that dominate the space. Lighting won special treatment, making the environment more inviting.
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