- Architects: Estúdio BRA
- Location: Guarujá, Brazil
- Author Architects: André Di Gregorio, Rodrigo Maçonilio
- Design Team: Julia Lazcano, Alanna Scarcelli, Júlia Brückmann
- Area: 96.0 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Maíra Acayaba
- Carpentry: Rutra Marcenaria
- Lightning Design: Reka Iluminação
- Glass: Selvvva
Text description provided by the architects. The new address of a retired couple on the coast of São Paulo.
The architectural intervention in the existing space was based on the
decompartmentalization of the environments that were once fragmented did not
represents the lifestyle of the residents.
After renovation, kitchen, dining room, living room and balcony have become a single space, allowing different possibilities of use in day to day. The subtraction of part of the walls provided, besides the visual permeability, the best air circulation throughout the social area.
The apartment is now organized in four different boxes of uses, marked by four
different colors and textures: wood, concrete, white and blue.
The wood at the multifunctional furniture designed by the architects, marks the
interaction between living and dining room. The furniture is support for electronic
appliances, drawers, bar and living sofa. Already at night that furniture works as a
The concrete present in the walls and at the doors, evidences and organizes the
program destined to the couple and their son.
The white color organizes the program for guests, there are always friends who come to spend the weekend at the beach and enjoy the company of the couple.
The blue color marks the volume of the kitchen and laundry area.