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Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista . São Paulo/SP

Features: 70m2 Studio located in a contemporary building with exposed concrete characteristics.

Client Profile: Single and young fashion student, enthusiast for signed furniture. “Baiano”, asked for a project that would cause a merge between high tech tendencies and regional elements that would empower his beliefs and values. Then I picked items as the “Jangada” armchair by Jean Gillon, Indio da Costa’s bench, Sergio Rodrigues’s office chair and the “Poppy” lamp by the German Serien Lighting. In the art selection, I went since Noberto Nicolas’s tapestry (1940) at the dining room, until vintage paintings by Claudia Liz, giving though on his taste into the fashion world. The entrance’s wallpaper, signed by Alexandre Herchcovitch, was carefully induced to this proposal as well. Valuing its minimalist traits, I chose to leave the main windows with no curtains. As a matter of fact, the floor view was amazing.

Partners:

Passado Composto Seculo XX:Jangada” armchair by Jean Gillon, Sergio Rodrigue’s armchair and Noberto Nicola’s tapestry
FAS Iluminçao:Poppy” ceiling fixture and “PAN AM” floor lamp, both by Serien Lighting.
Marche Art de Vie: Indio da Costa’s bench, vases and adornments.
Claudia Liz: Vintage canvas trio
Conceito Firmacasa:Trattoria” dining chairs and bedroom lamp by Irmaos Campana.
Emporio Beraldin: Cushions, blankets and stool
By Kami: Kilim rugs
Photos: Paulo Brenta

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

PROJETO: Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista, São Paulo/SP

projeto-1

Maxhaus Alto da Boa Vista . São Paulo/SP

Features: 70m2 Studio located in a contemporary building with exposed concrete characteristics.

Client Profile: Single and young fashion student, enthusiast for signed furniture. “Baiano”, asked for a project that would cause a merge between high tech tendencies and regional elements that would empower his beliefs and values. Then I picked items as the “Jangada” armchair by Jean Gillon, Indio da Costa’s bench, Sergio Rodrigues’s office chair and the “Poppy” lamp by the German Serien Lighting. In the art selection, I went since Noberto Nicolas’s tapestry (1940) at the dining room, until vintage paintings by Claudia Liz, giving though on his taste into the fashion world. The entrance’s wallpaper, signed by Alexandre Herchcovitch, was carefully induced to this proposal as well. Valuing its minimalist traits, I chose to leave the main windows with no curtains. As a matter of fact, the floor view was amazing.

Partners:

Passado Composto Seculo XX:Jangada” armchair by Jean Gillon, Sergio Rodrigue’s armchair and Noberto Nicola’s tapestry
FAS Iluminçao:Poppy” ceiling fixture and “PAN AM” floor lamp, both by Serien Lighting.
Marche Art de Vie: Indio da Costa’s bench, vases and adornments.
Claudia Liz: Vintage canvas trio
Conceito Firmacasa:Trattoria” dining chairs and bedroom lamp by Irmaos Campana.
Emporio Beraldin: Cushions, blankets and stool
By Kami: Kilim rugs
Photos: Paulo Brenta