The Brazilian architect Diego Revollo has been commissioned to design the interior of this loft of two plants in Brazil. It is a very functional housing concept in which a highly balanced distribution of the elements and the different areas that make up the home prevail.
The use of space is joined by a design of sober and practical furniture, which takes metal as the main material, in line with the very structure of the house.
We are in a modern interior with soft industrial lines, surrounded by clean and not very strident surfaces, but that also allows a component with a note of color that breaks with the apparent stylistic moderation, adding a surprising detail to the set. We refer to the yellow cabinet-bar under the staircase. Likewise, the rectangular wooden table that divides the kitchen from the living area also acts as a divergent piece in the middle of a basically austere style.
On the upper floor, the bedroom moves in the same register of moderation and modernity, and highlights its integration next to the bathroom. Both rooms are separated by a glass. The bathroom is spacious and comfortable. In general, the entire interior of the apartment remains illuminated thanks to a glazing area that allows as much light as possible, while preserving the privacy of the exterior view.