tres marias loft

Uma das grandes vantagens de se projetar na Europa é a possibilidade de fazer intervenções contemporâneas em prédios antigos e cheios de história. Já pensou ser contratado para reformar um apartamento de 1893, com pé-direito altíssimo e forros que são uma verdadeira obra de arte? Pois esse foi o desafio aceito pelo escritório português Ava, contratado por um jovem casal com dois filhos pequenos. Como conceito, eles optaram por manter ao máximo a identidade do apartamento, deixando as janelas originais livres e principalmente o belíssimo forro de gesso intocado. Na área social, muito utilizada por toda a família, foram propostas estantes baixas, para que o forro seja sempre visto. Paredes “quadro-negro”, tampos em inox e elementos pontuais de design, completam a proposta.

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One of the great advantages of working with design and architecture in Europe is the possibility of doing contemporary interventions in old buildings full of history. Have you ever thought of being hired to renovate an 1893 apartment with very high ceilings which are simply a true and stunishing work of art? This was exactly the challenge accepted by the Portuguese office Ava, hired by a young couple with two small children. As a concept, they have chosen to keep at most the identity of the apartment, leaving free the original windows and especially, leaving the stunishing stucco ceiling untouched. In the social area, often used by the whole family, low shelves were proposed so that the lining is always seen, no matter where you are in the room. Blackboard walls, counters in stainless steel and punctual design elements, complete the proposal.

*project: AvaArchitects_via: Yatzer

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