Penthouse Apartment in Brazil by Studio Guilherme Torres

Studio Guilherme Torres has designed a beautiful penthouse in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The young architect Guilherme Torres was asked to design this duplex penthouse in the neighborhood Itaim, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The building, a project of Rocco Associados, is known by a large sculpture Campana brothers, measuring 70m high, located in the central building. The client, a young entrepreneur and one of the field of civil construction, looking for a great contemporary apartment, where he could relax and entertain friends. All the walls were literally put down and all facilities have been rebuilt. The main roof is used, the polymer cement, used in floors, stairs and walls of the apartment.

The main concept of the great library that surrounds the living room. It holds not only books, collections and electronic devices in niches, but also becomes a workstation. All these works were produced by woodcraftsman Guilherme Torres Studio, Canadian oak. The kitchen has been fully integrated into the living room. With a large table in the cement encased the main pillar, get the hob and Sergio Rodrigues chairs. The pool table was a request he received each week, his friends to play. The client chose the model that has been painted blue. The decor follows a color palette inspired by the 70s with wool rug natural characteristics Slow Vitra chairs. The upper floor contains the home cinema and a wide following, with emphasis on the floor, covered demolition wood.

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