This is a loft that measures a total of 105 square meters, located to the south of Sao Paulo, in a strictly residential neighborhood with buildings dating back to the 80s and 90s. When architect Diego Revollo first laid eyes on it, the apartment had a traditional layout with a ridiculous amount of divisions and separate spaces.
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There are few types of housing as innately cool and chic and desirable as the loft apartment. With their unusually flexible layout and architectural perks, the loft is both classic and laid-back; sophisticated and relaxed. If you currently live in a loft, you know what we’re talking about. If you are looking to move toward living in a loft apartment, this article might prove helpful for you.
This tiny apartment has a surface of only 29 square meters. It includes an entrance hall, a living room and the kitchen and bathroom. To cope with the lack of space, a lot of smart and ingenious design solutions were employed.The interior design is typically Scandinavian, featuring elements like white-painted hardwood floors and minimalist furniture with just a little bit of rustic charm.
Renovating a space with a rich and interesting history is a challenging project. On one hand, the place has to suit a contemporary lifestyle so a certain degree of change is to be expected. On the other hand, the history deserves to be preserved so past and present have to meet harmoniously. Managing to do that in a small studio apartment is even more challenging.
Situated in a building with stone foundation walls that date back to the 1800s, this apartment is infused with history and incorporates all the original details in a very natural and charming way. It’s the only apartment in the building that has a private entrance.