Deposit house turned into a light apartment by Guilherme Torres

The house is situated in Sao Pauloand it is owned in present by the architect Guilherme Torres. The architect transformed the apartment that spent decades unoccupied, into his own residence and studio. The apartment has two-storey and it measures 1300 sq. feet, 130 sq. meters.

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The building was modified slightly. Let almost intact, the building design is very modern and yet very simple, forming a space that combines the outside atmosphere with the inside. That is the desire of any residential space. The special windows, that can be retracted according to the season, bring in fresh air during warm season. That gives a fresh look and a good feel to the house. The architect uses, in the 130 sq. meters, clean lines.

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The furniture is used in the exact amount so that the space is very relaxing and spacious. The bright colors that are used are perfect for the space, using combinations of white with gray that lighten more the place. The glass ceiling in the kitchen is a great way for the natural light to come inside.

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The open door kitchen is one of the best things, because a space like that, where you cook your meals, needs constant ventilation. The bedroom window can also open entirely so that will ventilate the air inside the apartment. The constant contact with the outdoor air will create a good, more natural, place where you will feel relaxed and could take a deep clean breath. The mini garden, with few trees, gives a more fresh touch to the place.